A really detailed look at all the mechanics that go in to making something go boom and send a projectile downrage.
As seen on Rob Picncus’ Instagram feed.
Noted features from the image:
- Tactile loaded chamber indicator
- Drift adjustable sights
User can adjust sights to pereference
- “Fighting Surface” on rear sight
For one-hand slide operation
- PVD finish on slide and barrel
For maximum durability
- Standard picatinny rail
For aftermarket accessories
- Smooth, light & crisp single-action trigger
Consistent and smooth, with short reset
- Reversible magazine release
- Trigger guard undercut
Allows higher hand hold for increased control
- Ergonomic polymer frame
Fits 95% of all shooters
- Easy loading double stack magazines
Industry’s highest magazine capacity per caliber
- Optimized grip angle
Reduces felt recoil and increases shootability
- Ambidextrous slide lock
GLOCK’s domination of the handgun market is the envy of all of its competitors, yet there’s a controversial element of the GLOCK design: the trigger. So how does the GLOCK trigger really work?
In designing their trigger system, GLOCK engineers went with as simple a system as possible to reduce parts to an absolute minimum. They incorporated three safeties in the design to protect against accidental discharges, or in the language of the gun community “negligent discharges” (NDs).
And yet the forums are still populated with horror stories of NDs. So what’s the story? Who takes the blame, GLOCK or the negligent user?
Read the rest of the article: https://www.gunsamerica.com/blog/glock-trigger/