It seems people ether hate or love glocks and there is a lot of misinformation out there. My question is most accidental discharges are when the glock is holstered or unholstered so can I assume that once the chambered glock is set in the holster chance of accidental discharge is almost nil? Also I have seen on other sites that the blackhawk Serpa Holster was not allowed at some gun ranges in the past because of the claim they were unsafe. Only thing I can think of is the small tension release button would some how pull the trigger which seems highly unlikely. I guess I just need confidence in carrying a weapon with out a external safety but I love the glocks for their rugged simplicity. I guess what Im asking is unless you pull the trigger the glock will not discharge? Wanna kill these ads? We can help!