Found on the internet. Basically, you just stick some piece of cardboard in your slide and by that, you can press trigger all the way down multiple times. You won’t get that “click”, but the trigger will have some forward spring pressure and it that is another way to practice dry fire. Read more below.
Tested this method. It works quite well, you can practice constant trigger pull while focusing on front sight and transitioning to different targets. I think I will include this method in my dry practicing sessions something like 10 minutes using this method, 5 minutes regular dry practice. Will see how it goes.aug_09_p42_glock_dry