Originally Posted by LearningGlock
I've been driving guys at the shooting range crazy. I don't like mistakes or accidents. And thanks for all the welcome.
This is a truly nice community !
Have you heard yet about the most common way's to AD?
A. Not checking the gun before dryfire. That's why I suggest a triple check. 3 checks in a row, to provide a mental break before finger goes on trigger.
B. Not keeping a Glock type gun securely holstered. For my Glock's, I treat a quality kydex holster that fits well and covers the trigger guard as part of the safety system. Not taking the gun out to fark with it much goes a long ways toward staying safe.
See how well that attitude fits in with those you observe. In addition to the 4 basic safety rules
Hopefully you already know those 4 rules by memory