That’s risky, not 100%. If you short stroke it you can end up with an empty chamber.
That’s why one should practice doing it.
It can be done without ruining your sights, or in my case, my Tritium Nite Sites.
Some firearm self-defense classes teach this with a pistol similar to your own so you don’t have to ruin the sights racking the slide repeatedly with one hand with your own weapon.
I like the luxury of have the extra rounds in a situation where I might be faced with multiple adversaries, and/or temporary night blindness and deafness after those first couple of shots are fired.
I’ve experienced the night blindness and deafness in a dark environment - you can’t see or hear anything and every round you have left becomes more valuable.
I’ll always take 16 rounds over 6 and risk the off chance of having to rack a round one handed.
Especially if you have a nice, butter smooth slide.
But to each his own. This is just my personal experience and training speaking.
I need to get out to the range as it’s been a while...