I was shooting my G37 today, it has a frightening light trigger, as light as my 1911. The part that is tricky it is like a compound bow, as you pull the trigger it reverse stacks getting lighter. That is why I call it a light switch trigger, once you go so far it just trips. I am used to it, but for many people that could be dangerous, with a Glock it is a must to keep the finger off the trigger until absolutely sure you are going to shoot. A sneeze could cause a ND by reflex. Glocks are not for everybody, though that is what many newbies want.Sorry, Glock fans, but I don't want a gun I clean by putting it in the dishwasher!! :lol:
Seriously, I guess it's my Army training, but I am just not comfortable with a pistol that does not have a regular safety on it. I carry either a Ruger P89 or a .45 ACP clone of a Combat Commander. On the Ruger, the safety is also a decocker. The .45, of course, is carried cocked and locked.
For you guys who like and carry Glocks; more power to you. They're just not my cup of tea, but I do understand that they are a quality, reliable weapon.