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What is " glock leg"?

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Lack of training and awareness.  I've seen videos where fleece shirt toggles get caught in the trigger guard, people with their finger on the trigger while reholstering.

 

Train with what you plan on carrying and pay close attention to your trigger discipline and clothing choices.

 

It's not a Glock problem.  it's user error.

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What happens if you get Glock Leg and Serpa Leg at the same time?

SERPA, another item that gets blamed rather than lack of training.  If you're not pushing the button like you're calling an elevator, your finger will never end up on the trigger.

 

That being said, I still think SERPA holsters have a lot of quality issues.  

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Lack of training and awareness. I've seen videos where fleece shirt toggles get caught in the trigger guard, people with their finger on the trigger while reholstering.

 

Train with what you plan on carrying and pay close attention to your trigger discipline and clothing choices.

 

It's not a Glock problem. it's user error.

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