I'm not getting this notion.
Revolvers are a complex machine that requires strict alignment of parts for operation. If you mean it's somehow easier to use because there are fewer buttons, you're incorrect in your assessment. "Operating" a revolver is more of a challenge. The term is not limited to "opening the cylinder, loading, and proceeding to target shoot." Reloading is a complex and error prone process (especially under stress and/or while moving). Keeping the rounds on target during rapid fire is much more difficult than with a semi-automatic pistol. You must become a master of trigger control. There are a variety of techniques, but Grant Cunningham offers the best explanation I have seen in awhile in The Gun Digest Book of the Revolver
. For me, the difficulties in mastering revolver shooting is part of the appeal.
Ahhhhh . . . what's a "Glock"? Is that something that Spock carried on Star Trek?
No, that's a Splock.