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Old April 19, 2019, 11:11 AM   #5
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I have carried a Glock for several years. The trigger weight and length (both matter), and careful attention to handling, have left me with a perfect safety record. People who have been inattentive to handling, holster selection, and maintenance and replacement of holsters, have had accidents. Don't be one of those.

Or, of course, if you just can't get comfortable with it, choose a pistol with a hammer and/or a thumb safety. Beats getting ulcers. There is a wide variety of pistols available these days, so carry what makes you comfortable, by all means.
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