Having owned and fired various Glock handguns for decades, I will say that I like them, but I don’t love them. The trigger has a feel to it that can be difficult to describe. Cheap, spongy, weird, are among the adjectives that have been used many to describe it. What is behind the design of this trigger system? Is it a double action trigger as some think, or is it single action trigger? Actually, it is neither – it is a clever hybrid.
More importantly, with so many unintended discharges attributed to the Glock in the news, do they possess an inherently safe design?
Here is a good article explaining what goes behind the scenes of a Glock trigger:
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