Originally Posted by dhgeyer
Right. So you can't deactivate all the dependent safeties by pulling the trigger unless you pull the trigger.
look at the M&P pistols. You pull the bottom half of the trigger to fire? All these triggers were designed by lawyers.
Most discharges occur when holstering a fire arm with your finger in the trigger guard or by some how placing your finger on the trigger and pressing it.
There was a funny story a couple of months ago about a hunter who was shot by his dog. The guy had his rifle leaning against a tree and the dog knocked it over. The trigger got caught on a branch or twig and BOOM shot his master
Wonder if a dog can shoot a Glock?