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Accidental discharge on SW Glock clone

This is a discussion on Accidental discharge on SW Glock clone within the Pistols and Revolvers forums, part of the HandGuns, Pistols and Revolvers, Long Rifles, Shotguns, SKS, AK, AR category; My left wing Big Brother sent me this. Not sure whats going on there but the gun obviously has a real tender trigger as the ...

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    Accidental discharge on SW Glock clone

    My left wing Big Brother sent me this. Not sure whats going on there but the gun obviously has a real tender trigger as the coyote hunters might say.

    Rise in accidental gunshots by L.A. County deputies follows new firearm - LA Times

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    Well if you can't shoot the 92f then there is little hope for you at all. As for the M&P 9 there does not seem to be a real problem in the rest of the world with it.
    Glocks are not that great but they tend to work right.
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    That article insinuates that there isn't a safety available for the M&P which is false. The LA Sheriff Dept must have gotten the models that didn't include a manual safety. That being said I don't go through nearly the amount of draws and trigger pulls that they do but I've never had an accidental discharge on my M&P .40 and it too doesn't have the manual safety feature either.

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    What ever hand gun is selected and there are many good ones on the market, poor training equals poor results. Keeping your finger off the trigger until your ready to engage would avoid a lot of accidental discharges in my opinion. The mind is the best safety. Plus follow Slippy's rules.
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    Stupid should hurt! jmo.
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    If the pistol is so dangerous how did it get past the "testing panel" in Kalifornia and on the approved list to be sold in the state????
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    "Accidental"
    NEGLIGENT discharge
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    I think you nailed it Jak.

    There is no such thing as accidental discharge..........only negligent ones.

    Another thing they fail to admit other than saying: "The switch was prompted in part by the threat of a lawsuit by women who had failed the Sheriff's Academy", is that it appears to be a consequence suffered due to "Equal Opportunity Employment". If applicants can't cut it, just lower the standards.

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    Training issue.
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    when the glocks came out a few accidents occurred
    people holstering with finger on trigger
    the holsters with the trigger guard retention sometimes depressed the trigger on reholstering.-
    no external safety on them there styles.
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