Manually engaged safety lever provides an extra level of security and safety for GLOCK® owners. Blocks trigger movement, allows the slide to be cycled and pistol loaded or unloaded with the safety on. Operates easily with your right-hand thumb. Safety lever is easy to engage, yet won’t interfere with holster fit. All GLOCK® passive safeties continue to function normally. Nov 02, 2018 · The factory Glock thumb safety is rather rare. We have only seen a handful of examples with the MHS submission being the most recent. At least that was until now. Chen Lee found one In Thailand and takes it out to show how it works.
Manually engaged safety lever provides an extra level of security and safety for Glock® owners. Blocks trigger movement, allows the slide to be cycled and pistol loaded or unloaded with the safety on. Operates easily with your right-hand thumb. Contact pad is 5/5. Aug 19, 2014 · (photo and text by Miles Vining). Trials Glock with thumb safety (photo by Miles Vining, courtesy UK National Firearms Centre, Leeds) One of the more revolutionary and innovative features of the Glock series of handguns is in their signature slogan “GLOCK Safe Action”.
Jul 17, 2013 · Add a thumb safety on a Glock. This is a discussion on Add a thumb safety on a Glock. within the Semi Auto Pistols forums, part of the Handgun Forum category; Glock at one time sold this safety on there guns. It take about 20 mins to install on gun. The thumb safety is “not available” for any other pistol such as the Glock Model 42, the Glock 43, Springfield XD or Smith &Wesson MP and not available for left hand operation. The Springfield XD will is available with a thumb safety from the factory.
Jun 28, 2017 · A Glock With a Manual Safety. By David Maccar. June 28, 2017. Read Comments. More Range Life. 2020 Harley-Davidson LiveWire Electric First Ride. Read More. 2020 Harley-Davidson LiveWire Electric First Ride. Latest. Range Life. 10 Best Ballistic Calculator Apps. Range Life. IWI Tavor 7 Rifle Finally Shipping. TLDR: Glock handguns use three safety mechanisms, but none of them require a character to switch anything off. Disregard Glock safeties entirely when writing fiction. In keeping with the recent theme of things that may or may not have safeties (knives, revolvers, etc.), let's talk about Glock handguns. I (and probably some regulars of this.