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    Oh Nooo!

    "I believe that a person's moral compass can be determined by how he references free men the right to defend themselves." - Ted Nugent

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    While that does suck, the guys an idiot. The only way a glock will discharge is if the trigger is pulled. There are three safeties that disengage one-by-one the further back you pull the trigger, meaning he had his finger in the trigger weld when adjusting his pistol. To be honest, I haven't really seen any holsters that leave the trigger weld open "could be wrong". So my thoughts are that he had it just sitting in the front of his pants... So, as a guy, I feel sorry in that I'd lose my mind if that ever happened to me, but he's probably a dumbass too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArmySoldier22 View Post
    The only way a glock will discharge is if the trigger is pulled. There are three safeties that disengage one-by-one the further back you pull the trigger, meaning he had his finger in the trigger weld when adjusting his pistol.
    While most likely he had his finger on the trigger, ANYTHING mechanical CAN FAIL. The more complicated the mechanism the greater number of opportunities for failure.

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    Number one reason to never carry "Mexican".

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    Quote Originally Posted by NC-Heel View Post
    Number one reason to never carry "Mexican".
    Number one reason NOT to finger the trigger unless the weapon is pointed at a legitimate target. Sheeesh this is so simple!

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