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Glock manual safety at Brownells-Anyone try it?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by glockon, Oct 14, 2003.

  1. glockon

    glockon

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    i am considering this. .
    like my glocks& have lots of goodies for them. would rather spend a little more rather than get something differant for carry.
    need some realistic experienced input, not opinions please.
     
  2. gundoc

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    I have looked at it and also the required installation jig (part no. 213-000-004) but have not installed one yet. Have you considered the pop-out trigger blocks or better yet the Saf-T-trigger unit?
     

  3. glockon

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    thanks for the response. i am not familiar w/ the safe-t-trigger.
    what can you tell me about it?
     
  4. DannyR

    DannyR Moderator Millennium Member

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    If you have children around, keep you Glock locked away. Curious hands can defeat a safety, any safety.
     
  5. gundoc

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    Saf-T-Trigger is a small round "jack" developed by Saf-T-Hammer, the folks that bought Smith&Wesson not long ago. It installs in the trigger guard and with a small tool it raises like a car jack to block the rearward movement of the trigger. It is a good looking, well made piece. Yes, the guns should be locked up around kids, but I never messed with my Dad's guns and my kids never played with mine. Be sure you teach your kids the proper respect for guns, so that they are not entice to play with the "forbidden" or "secret" object.