2. ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.TxCajun said:Unload the gun first. ;D
Some would say this is a good reason not to own a Glock.TxCajun said:That would be rule 1:
1. ALWAYS keep the gun pointed in a safe direction.
2. ALWAYS keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
Now how are you going to disassemble a Glock?
The trigger must be pulled to do so. ???
I'm with YOU, Al! Jeff Cooper's four simple Gunsite rules are good enough for me! They are much clearer and easier to remember than the NRA 10 commandments.peaceful99 said:Some would say this is a good reason not to own a Glock.
I was using this enumerations of the rules.
1. Treat all firearms as if they are (always) loaded.
2. Never point a firearm at anything you are not willing to kill or destroy.
3. Keep your finger off the trigger and outside of the trigger-guard until your sights are on the target and your are ready to fire.
4. Know your target, what the firearm and ammunition can do, what's between you and your target, and what is beyond.
Guess it depends what the source is.
Oh, well. :-/
With Kel-Tec making the head of the assembly pin smaller and smaller, it recesses so deep in the grip, I’m having to retract second-generation P-3AT slides to where the slide is milled thinner. To keep my slide open on these particular P-3ATs I use a big white eraser. The one I use is called Hi-Polymer Eraser made by Pentel and was originally about 3 ½ “ by 1” by ½ “ but I trimmed it a bit. I stand it on end, turn the pistol upside down as you do, them let the open slide swallow the eraser.Two Pistol Packer said:1. Place your union on the table, facing up. Remove magazine and unload chamber.
2. Turn your P3AT upside down and rack back the slide.
3. Lower the open breech over the union.
4. Slowly release the slide.
5. The slide is now locked open.