I'm a new Kel Tec owner from the world of 1911s, and have a (possibly) stupid question/observation. You're not supposed to dry fire the Kel Tec, which I haven't. So after shooting, the hammer remains cocked. And since there's no slide lock-back and exposed hammer, you have a taut trigger on an empty chamber. No problem for the moment, but several weeks down the road, you might not remember if there's a round chambered or not. A slack trigger tells you for sure that a round isn't chambered. I prefer the slack trigger route, so for the time being, I'm using a snap cap. Any comments or tips welcome.