Re: A really big 1911 question
Then you have to remember to take the safety off.
Sorry, if a shooter has to "remember" to take a safety off, he/she shouldn't be carrying that particular firearm. Flicking that safety off is to me like drawing my next breath..... I don't ever have to think about it.... they call it "fine muscle memory"... I own multiple 1911 handguns, by several different makers. NONE of them have EVER had ANY malfunction that was caused by the gun. For the record..... I'm not anti-Glock, they simply feel really uncomfortable in my hands.
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