Greg, repeat after me, "I will not try to understand the mind of a bureaucrat." It is not how the gun appears to the criminal that upsets police administrators it's how it appears to the public.Originally posted by Greg1911:
But glocks aren't double action the have "safe action" correct? The glock pull isnt very long and tons of Police carry those?
Sadly I am afraid that it's the same for the non-law enforcement people I see go to the line. Why we continue to focus on the bad habits of LE is beyond me when it's just as bad on the other side of the fence.Originally posted by WalterMitty:
I don't want to start a flame war, but for the average LEO that stumbles up to the line at our range and shoots, I have to agree with them.....SNIP......I must sadly report, the typical LEO needs a very heavy and long trigger pull to protect the rest of us. I cannot count the number of times I have seen experienced LEO's pick guns up by the trigger and sweep themselves and others, finger on the trigger, in other than deadly force situations.
hey guys got my new lda 7 45 6 weeksOriginally posted by Greg1911:
I am just interested in why so many people would want a double action 1911 styl gun I think single action shoots alot nicer and I feel they are safe and have no problem carrying cocked n locked, how does everyone else feel?