I just got my grubby hands on a .22lr kit for my Glock 26. This new kit, along with my .22lr bolt and mags for my AR gives me an entire duplicate training setup for my weapons allowing me to practice at minimal cost.
For those of you looking at the cost of ammo wondering how in the hell you are going to shoot and maintain skill beyond dryfire at home (still important to do daily!) and cost prohibitive shooting of full power ammo, make the investment in yourself and get a .22lr kit, and use it to keep sharp.
Read this article on using .22lr for training: pistol-training.com » .22 Training Pistols: Pros & Cons and save $ while maintinaing skill.