Skip to comments.Shootings echo for the few who have fired guns in self defense
Posted on 04/28/2013 8:20:16 AM PDT by Second Amendment First
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That's an excellent point. There is so much emphasis on the traumatic experience of the defender....but OTOH what about the even greater trauamtic impact to being robbed, raped, tortured, murdered & dismembered? Dumb ass liberals somehow think the 2nd set of options is preferable & morally superior to defending yourself with deadly force if necessary.
It reminds me of another quote that I recall....
"That only a liberal can think it is somehow morally superior for a woman to be robbed, raped & strangled with her own panty hose, rather than defending yourelf!"
I tell you, the two most deranged sets of people on this planet are terrorist, blood-thirsty muzzlims, and deranged, mentally disordered liberals!
There is nothing “double action” about a Glock. WTF are people talking about?
How do you like that IWB grip, and does it actually feel secure for all-day CCW or just to keep it handy during a dicey few minutes?
I’d love to find similar - just for handiness, not all day - for my N-frame car carry piece of recoil therapy.
I’ve kept it on the gun because it feels pretty comfortable to me when shooting. I don’t carry daily, because a lot of my trips to town take me by the military base where I cannot legally keep a gun with me, even in the trunk of my car. I normally use it just to slip in my jeans pocket if I’m going somewhere at night. That makes it very handy. It is very easy to draw from that position and easy to cover with a shirttail. For under $20, I think it is a very good grip.
“..There is nothing double action about a Glock. WTF are people talking about?...”
Pistols can be SA or DA/SA. 1911s are usually SA only whereas many of today’s pistols are DA/SA. There is no external hammer and the first shot can be fired simply by pulling the trigger, like a DA revolver, and every shot after that is SA mode. Google DA/SA pistols for more info.
Actually, Glock’s term for their pistols is “Safe Action” Glock pistols are equipped with their Safe Action® System, a fully automatic safety system consisting of three passive, independently operating, mechanical safeties, which sequentially disengage when the trigger is pulled and automatically reengage when the trigger is released.
Go to the Glock webpage, under technology section, look at Safe Action for actual diagrams of how they work. Heck, I’ve carried a SA 1911 Commander “cocked & locked” for years. Carrying one in the tube of a Glock is my preferred method of carry....no racking of slide, just point and shoot. It’s my original “point & click” device.
Thanks! I was searching but couldn’t find the pic. Those two indentations look good.
Thanks, that’s a right handy little grip, and an excellent sale on it lasting only through today as well.
“Even armed soldiers and police officers often go entire careers without firing a shot on duty....”
I was just talking with a guy last week. His father had been in WWII, Korea and Vietnam and never was wounded. His first job back home was as a security guard at a bank. His first day on the job there is a bank robbery and he trades shots with the bad guys and got wounded!!