Originally Posted by dhgeyer
I have never understood the Glock safety trigger concept. It is designed so that you can't pull the trigger unless you pull the trigger. Makes no sense to me.
OK, you can't pull just one side of the trigger, and this might save someone getting it caught in clothing or something. I wonder if it has ever done any good.
What is the thought process really?
Glock talks about having multiple safeties. But they aren't independent safeties; every one of them is released as the trigger is pulled.
So Glock added a 'master' safety to the trigger to prevent NDs.