Striker control device

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by FA9, Jul 10, 2015.

  1. edslhead

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    Hmm, if your not pushing the gadget hard enough, you loose your thumb.
     
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  2. wyojeeper

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    That's for the retarded people.
     
  3. robertg

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    That's a really stupid place to put your thumb, I'd never trust some device like that.
    Just buy a gun with a safety if you can't handle a Glock.
     
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  4. Juggernaut

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    Might sell a few to the belt and suspenders crowd.

    Wouldn't it be a lot simpler to just get the proper training in the first place, and stop trying to 'speed re-holster'?

    Can't wait for the next generation of gadgets from this guy.. I already put in my order for the combination lock on the trigger. :rolleyes:
     
  5. The Heretic

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    Safety == finger off the trigger
    Safety == pointing the firearm in a safe direction

    I've never had an unintended discharge with a Glock, even though mine has a light trigger and the trigger "safety" is sanded back to be flush with the trigger when pressed.

    I have had an unintentional (negligent) discharge with a 1911 type pistol with manual safety (not by myself, but someone else picked up my gun and shot a concrete wall with it thinking it was unloaded).
     

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