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Glock Trigger Torture Test

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Published on Apr 7, 2009

After hearing that the Glock is "so dangerous" for so long, due to it's trigger mounted safety, I thought it was high-time to test whether or not these things just "go off". The answer, as you'll see by the abuse I subject it to, is a resounding NO. This pistol is not dangerous- the people who operate it might be... There's a reason this is the brand of choice for so many agencies- if you keep your booger hook off the bang switch, it doesn't "go off", and it's reliable as anything else out there.

I'm tired of the same repetitive comments made by people without a clue. The gun was not ruined- it fired just fine at the end and if you watch my other videos you'll see it's still my daily carry gun. If you think the finish being less than perfect means it's ruined, you're likely clueless as to defensive pistol craft and don't actually train. It's not like I did this to a high dollar gun- this Glock cost me $431, new in box, out the door. The point of the Glock is not having to care about it, because it's meant to suffer abuse and still serve you well. To those who say it's a kaboom now waiting to happen: You are morons if you think this level of dragging would have any real effect on a hammer forged barrel and chamber.

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