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    06-04-2018, 04:14 PM
    For most applications, I find Glocks to be far superior than 1911s. Glocks will withstand abuse, dirt/mud, etc. better than any 1911. Accidental or negligent discharges with Glocks are not the fault of the pistol, but instead entirely of the operator. In a moment of stress, I have no additional safeties to worry about with a Glock. My trigger finger operates as the safety. It can be carried safely with a round in the chamber in a holster which protects the trigger, and as the pistol is unholstered and pointed toward the target, the trigger finger can touch the trigger and 1st stage slack can be taken up if needed. This is nearly as optimal as pistol function and operation can get.
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