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Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Juggernaut72, Mar 13, 2012.
I guess I am dumb but what is it truly designed for?
From what I understand its for Gloved firing.
But then again, what do I know
To empower you to use a finger or fingers from your support hand to stabilize the weapon.
Oh, I thought it was just something to make your gun uglier and get caught on the outside of your holster.
I use it by hooking my finger around it and pulling backwards. This squeezes the pistol against my shooting hand. It gives my support hand a higher grip and reduces muzzle climb.
Making order out of chaos
it's used to club someone when you're out of ammo.
Its a point on Batf import scale.
The true reason for the square trigger guard is as an area to press the gun against a barrier. Such as riot police pushing it against the top edge of a riot shield to stabilize the weapon.
It's obvious just by looking at a Glock, Austriaians don't do round real well.
Get rid of it.
This is the ONLY right answer so far...
Is that for the police or the rioters?