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Old 12-19-2010, 07:35   #1
Deaf Smith
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Glock LWD safety trigger


There is this new 'Slidelock' safety trigger made for the Glocks.

While I have some doubts about having to touch a trigger to take a safety off, what are your thoughts about it?

I just find it kind of tempting for a 'safety' on a Glock that any would-be gun snatcher would not know about.


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Old 12-19-2010, 11:12   #2
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Deaf, my favorite manual safety add-on for those who want one on a Glock is the one developed by Joe Comminolli (hope I spelled that right). It's a thumb safety mounted on the frame, very ergonomic, works like a 1911's in that up is "safe" and down is "fire." Can be quickly and economically installed by Rick Devoid at Tarnhelm, Only down side is that it's right hand only.

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