I know this question may make me seem stupid but please bear with me. I bought my Glock some time ago and it's been sitting in the closet so I wanted to familiarize myself with loading / unloading procedures. To start...yes I read the manual again. To unload it the manual states to 1) release the mag. 2) Pull the slide back to eject a loaded round. 3) Check the chamber to ensure it's empty then 4) pull the trigger (gun pointed in safe direction) to dry fire. So here is my question. If I want to load the mag but NOT chamber a round do I just push in the mag until it clicks?? Then when ready to shoot just chamber a round by racking?? I know this sounds absolutely stupid but the reason I ask is in the manual under the loading section...they illustrate the gun in "live fire" position (ie trigger forward). To do so one would have to intentionally rack the gun WITHOUT the clip in (after cleaning etc...) THEN slap in the mag. So my question is DOES IT MATTER??