I would be worried about a 'blank' in the chamber, they do fire a primer, and powder,.
and the judges out there could hang you since it did "FIRE".
No I was thinking empty non-primed just in the mag so you have more weight
to help drop the thing out in a hurry.
Plus when you do move to a normal state, or finally get common sense in yours,
you will already have yourself carrying and drawing the correct weighted weapon.
If you drill a whole through the grip to allow a "safety pin" to keep the bullets
down so they can't be chambered. Sort of like a grenades
Would pulling this pin be counted as one of the "Steps away from fire"?
You could tie it to the holster so it pulls out on the draw.