+1 to that.I know an IDPA competitor how shot himself in the leg with a Glock. No he didn't touch the trigger. It went off after he stopped his draw and reholstered. It seem he jarred the Glock when he reholstered. This happened in the winter and it was cold, about 20. I have heard other stories of Glocks doing what they aren't suppose to do. Just proves stuff happens, even with a Glock. If somebody gave me a Glock, I would sell it and by a 1911.