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Old 10-25-2013, 09:39   #251
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http://cominolli.com/product_info.php?products_id=29

If a person wants one I see no reason they should not put one on their gun .

Search the net there are do it yourself kits with grind templates that really look like they would help in making the cut look professional
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Old 10-25-2013, 17:36   #252
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You people need to read the OP. He didn't ask for opinions. He asked for information about the product. If you don't like the safety option or have experience with it, there is no reason for you to beat the OP up over his interest.

I don't have a Cominolli safety, but wouldn't object to one either. I can think of several reasons why someone would add one to their Glock, rather than buy a different brand. There is also at least 1 gunsmith offering a much improved version of the original Cominolli safety. I've seen pix on the net, but don't know who it is.
This is a public forum you will get other opinions no matter what you want!
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Old 10-25-2013, 18:10   #253
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The gunsmith who does a great job of this is Alex Hamilton at ten-ring precision in San Antonio TX. He has installed several for me along with 3.5 lb trigger connectors, extended slide stop levers and extended mag releases. He does first class work.
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Old 11-11-2013, 06:53   #254
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If there is a fool, or a clown, as you repeatedly describe gt'ers answering OP questions, it is you, not the folks answering requests for advice. Are your posts in these threads contributing or merely static? Take a moment and think about it.
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Old 11-12-2013, 06:25   #255
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He asked for our opinion we gave him our opinion. It's that simple!!!
He asked for polite opinions, not quips and attitudes.

I think the Trigger Block Safety is the way to bring additional peace of mind to my carry Glock. I have used one daily. Train with one. No NDs in twenty plus years of Concealed Carry.

This does not alter the pistol, so resale is not affected. Also costs under $20

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Old 11-12-2013, 06:45   #256
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He asked for polite opinions, not quips and attitudes.

I think the Trigger Block Safety is the way to bring additional pease of mind to my carry Glock. I have used one daily. Train with one. No NDs in twenty plus years of Concealed Carry.

This does not alter the pistol, so resale is not affected. Also costs under $20

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I've not had an ND in over 20 years too, and I don't have no other safety's on my Glocks, just the ones that came with the Glock. Keep your finger awAy from the trigger until ready to fire and you'll be safer then you will be with a trigger blocker. This idea is the dumbest idea in the world. You have to put your finger close to the trigger to remove it.
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Old 11-12-2013, 06:51   #257
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The majority of ND's are the result of people deliberately pulling the trigger when they shouldn't, but not all of them.

A manual safety provides an intermediate step you must accomplish before you do something that you can't take back. It also makes holstering the gun safer with the loose clothing many CCWr's wear.

I have no problem with the Comminolli safety, but some of the others leave me scratching my head.



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Old 11-12-2013, 08:52   #258
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If you want a external manual safety then buy a handgun that has was already built into it. There's lots to choice from. A Glock evidently isn't the handgun for you.
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Old 11-12-2013, 10:00   #259
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I think that eventually we will have to develop a system that responds to the OP's statement more precisely.
A system that makes it clear whether the OP is looking for opinions, information or both.
The way it is now, the OP may be looking for information and all he is getting is pages and pages of opinions along with people telling him how to live his life and what equipment he must buy.
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Old 11-12-2013, 10:10   #260
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Real men carry their Glock in Condition1, Mexican, AIWB.

At least for awhile they are real men.

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I'm a recent convert to the opinion that buying a pistol designed with a manual safety makes the most sense, even if that means selling a Glock to get the safety-equipped gun. While the OP didn't ask for such opinions, hearing different perspectives can be helpful if they are offered in a constructive way.
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Old 11-12-2013, 12:16   #262
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I think that eventually we will have to develop a system that responds to the OP's statement more precisely.
A system that makes it clear whether the OP is looking for opinions, information or both.
The way it is now, the OP may be looking for information and all he is getting is pages and pages of opinions along with people telling him how to live his life and what equipment he must buy.
Heck, this thread is for the most part on topic. Many threads wind up in a conversation that has nothing to do with the OP.
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Old 11-12-2013, 12:18   #263
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I'm a recent convert to the opinion that buying a pistol designed with a manual safety makes the most sense, even if that means selling a Glock to get the safety-equipped gun. While the OP didn't ask for such opinions, hearing different perspectives can be helpful if they are offered in a constructive way.
M&P's make good carry guns and they come in both flavors.

I really like my Shield 40 and yes, I use the safety.

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Old 11-12-2013, 14:52   #264
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If you want a external manual safety then buy a handgun that has was already built into it. There's lots to choice from. A Glock evidently isn't the handgun for you.
Glocks have a lot to offer that other guns don't. If you want everything a Glock has to offer and a manual safety, a Glock with a Comonelli might be EXACTLY the handgun for you.
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Old 11-13-2013, 08:39   #265
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He asked for polite opinions, not quips and attitudes.

I think the Trigger Block Safety is the way to bring additional peace of mind to my carry Glock. I have used one daily. Train with one. No NDs in twenty plus years of Concealed Carry.

This does not alter the pistol, so resale is not affected. Also costs under $20

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I haven't had a ND or AD in any of my pistols in 20 years either. My pistol has nothing on it beyond the safeties added at the factory. Weird.....
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Old 11-13-2013, 09:11   #266
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I think that eventually we will have to develop a system that responds to the OP's statement more precisely.
A system that makes it clear whether the OP is looking for opinions, information or both.
The way it is now, the OP may be looking for information and all he is getting is pages and pages of opinions along with people telling him how to live his life and what equipment he must buy.
That's the way forums are. Threads go off topic all the time. I've seen a heck of a lot worse than this.
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That's the way forums are. Threads go off topic all the time. I've seen a heck of a lot worse than this.
This is a topic of considerable interest, judging from the number of threads inquiring about the Cominelli safety, the Siderlock and trigger blocks. Narrow inquiries always broaden because so many people are adamantly against any modification to a Glock that smacks of a manual safety device. It's just a 'goosy' topic.

I say add a manual safety if you've thoughtfully considered the arguments against doing so. There are some valid reasons against an add-on safety, not the least of which is there doesn't seem to be widespread endorsement by people who have first-hand experience using Cominelli or Siderlock. Not one thread I've seen here at GT or elsewhere registered broad support from experienced users; to me, that's pretty compelling.
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Not one thread I've seen here at GT or elsewhere registered broad support from experienced users; to me, that's pretty compelling.
Exactly...
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This is a topic of considerable interest, judging from the number of threads inquiring about the Cominelli safety, the Siderlock and trigger blocks. Narrow inquiries always broaden because so many people are adamantly against any modification to a Glock that smacks of a manual safety device. It's just a 'goosy' topic.

I say add a manual safety if you've thoughtfully considered the arguments against doing so. There are some valid reasons against an add-on safety, not the least of which is there doesn't seem to be widespread endorsement by people who have first-hand experience using Cominelli or Siderlock. Not one thread I've seen here at GT or elsewhere registered broad support from experienced users; to me, that's pretty compelling.
I've just about decided to get one on my old Gen2 G19 just for spite.

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I've just about decided to get one on my old Gen2 G19 just for spite.


Go for it!
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Go for it!
I second the motion!

All in favor say 'aye'.

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I second the motion!

All in favor say 'aye'.
AYE! Go for it.
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