Originally Posted by rjd3282
You are seriously deluded if you think an AD or ND won't happen with a glock. I think it's wise to carry one in the pipe but please don't think glocks are all that and a bag of chips when it comes to safety.
I've owned Glocks since 1998. I've carried them, shot them done work on them. Never had an AD or ND.
Can it happen? Yep. Just like with any other firearm.
Doesn't mean it must happen? Nope. Lots of them out there that have never been in a ND/AD.
I got real nervous once when I unstrapped my 1911 and found the safety had been bumped to the off position. That trigger has less distance to travel. Even with a grip safety, I don't like the idea of a cocked and unlocked 1911 in my waistband.
Keep the booger hook off the bang switch and a Glock is as safe as can be.