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I would not have guessed that.

May be time to check some stores.

Not that I "need" another Glock :ROFLMAO:

Call me weird, but keeping the trigger safe as the one vital thing about the pistol in time of stress suits me fine.
 
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All excellent choices.

I'm partial to the Makarovs myself.

Glock is "drop safe," so again, with the Glock, it all boils down to keep that trigger clear unless and until it's time to shoot. That one all-important thing.

And I'm not critical of those who are new to shooting or who have been shooting for decades, who choose pistols with safeties. Why would I be? Many far better and more experienced than I choose them.

Based on this video, I think the salespeople ought to point out to potential purchasers of Glocks and similar that, hey, just so you know, there is no manual safety on this firearm. That some don't is no big deal to me though. More "like new" Glocks behind in the case is fine with me.
 

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Well darn. Thanks Logos. You ruined my dreams of cheap and plentiful twice-sold but never-fired Glocks.
 
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