Originally Posted by simonbirch
I also ordered one of these and don't care for them at all...my first experiance with was almost a killer....it's too thin in the carry pocket and as I was pulling it around the material somehow pulled the trigger and was inches from my foot IN THE HOUSE...I got rid of it....it just isn't built right. So many paddle holsters work better and alot of the inside the waist band ones as well. I think for the money, it's just a waste, but that's just me. I have ordered alot of stuff from the Glock Store and always had great results. When I did have problems they are very good about refunds. Take care and be careful and good shooting!
I have a belly band, and a bit too much belly to put in it. But I've never felt like there was any possible chance of a discharge. In fact with the firearm pointed down, an upward action on the trigger would be required to fire the gun. The only way I can see this happening is if a finger was pushed through the fabric into the trigger guard and pulled up on the trigger. Sounds to me like the incident you describe goes under the 99% of un-intentional discharges, as negligent.