Hmm, I've never seen this problem before, but this is what I would do: with the gun fully unloaded rack the slide and pull back on the sides of the trigger without touching the trigger safety. The trigger safety should prevent the gun from dry firing; then pull the trigger normally and it should dry fire. You say that the gun otherwise functions perfectly, so if it passes the test I gave you, then I wouldn't worry about it.
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