Gents, Its been about 5 years since I owned a Glock and I recently picked up a 23. Had some work done on it and it caused me to think about the repercussions of carrying it. I'm staying about a mile away from a prominent Glock store and was looking at the Glocks some of their employees were carrying. Several retired LEOs themselves. They all had mod'd their triggers and/or other components. Now, I'm not trying to start another debate of whether or not carrying a weapon where the weapon has been modified is a good idea and I'm not going to get into what I had done. But reading a post I came across this post: "My thinking is that the plaintiffs attorney will have a field day with the defendant (you) in wrongful death or injury case. Ask yourself how all those mods will sound in court." My question here is has anyone actually seen or have proof of a situation where a person has been found guilty or been punished in a situation where they had modified their weapon and had to use it in a legal self defense situation. I understand what can be said by a defense attorney, but has there been any situations to back these concerns up? Again, I'm not trying to start the debate over again. I'm just looking to see what has happened in the past to make a sound personal decision. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!