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Siderlock an additional safety for Glock pistols

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    Siderlock an additional safety for Glock pistols

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    Glock, Inc approved this for use? Uh-oh. I thought their pistols were 'safe action' as is.

    Aqua, do you know if there are many lawsuits against Glock for selling unsafe products? I'm curious.

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    Neat idea. Thanks for the review.

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    csi-tech and shooter like this.
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    The way I see it is, it's just one more thing that can go wrong.

    God gave you the only two safeties that you really need. That thing taking up space between your ears, and that thing you pick your nose with.
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    Again with the "Glock need's another safety" thing?? I have always carried a Glock, one in the chamber in a IWB type holster and NEVER and i repeat NEVER had an issue. Have control of your booger picker and there won't be issues...
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    Another vote to keep the booger hook off the bang switch!
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    I agree with Eric Bana. I also love that movie. I think that it is a personal decision and if people want to go around with an empty chamber, three different safeties engaged and a level 7 security holster it's their business. Those with a lifetime of experience and accumulated skills have formulated different opinions over the years. A Glock, in my mind, is no different than a revolver. I carry one in the chamber in a concealed holster with no thumb break. .98 seconds is my best, accurate shot from a normal, low alert position. The holster covers the trigger guard and I have never had the first problem. Your mileage may vary.
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    Though I agree that the most useful safety is what is between your ears and how you use (or don't use) it, this is a neat device for those that want more. My wife was mentioning the other day that she didn't really feel comfortable with carrying her G23 now that we have a son and soon he will be grabbing everything, especially after that mother got shot by her child when he grabbed her Glock out of her purse.

    There are also LEO stories of the trigger getting caught as the gun is being holstered and discharging. I believe this is called the Glock stripe.

    Same can happen with revolvers, but I still carry my S&W.

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    A purse is not something your wife should be carrying a gun in. It'll be the first thing a bad guy (or little kid) grabs for.
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