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Glock Cominolli thumb safety

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by TennJed, Jan 20, 2013.

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  1. TennJed

    TennJed Member

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    Browsing the Internet I saw some things about Gocks with a Cominolli thumb safety. I know all about how glocks are already safe and they were not designed for thumb safety so you can save bandwidth and just not post if you have never used one or know any actual results for with the thumb safety. If you want to mention they are unneeded, why not just skip this thread and move along to another one. :) Seriously I do understand the concept of glock not having a thumb safety and if you want a thumb safety get another gun, but this product has been around for a few years now, so smoneone must be buying it and I am wondering the results. Most research I have done on it brings up threads with people just bashing the idea. I would like to avoid that if possible and get some actual info on it.

    I am wondering does anyone know any actual problems that have happened as a result of these safeties? Any actual accounts of they causing problems with a glock? Anyone have one that can report how it has functions? Has it stood up the test of time? Is is still "tight" or did it loosen up over time.

    Any feedback from owners or any actual incidents cited would be appriciated.
    Thanks
     
  2. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

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    I have had one I put on my glock 23 several years ago.

    Still works just fine.

    rc
     
  3. TennJed

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    Thanks, RC that is what I am looking for. Someone who has had one for years that can comment.
     
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    I love cannoli, the ricotta cheese filling is just delicious,,,,wait,,,,
     
  5. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

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    Give the Siderlock a look too.

    If they had been available when I put the Cominolli in mine?
    I might have went that route.

    It doesn't require the grip mod slot and can be removed if you sell the gun.

    http://www.siderlock.com/

    rc
     
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    That is one of the reasons I could never go that route- couldn't get past the 'pain' of making a permanent cut on my frame that could effect its resale value.

    Siderlock was the route for me- like the "reverse-ability" of the mod.
     
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    I've been considering one of these for a while, I like the siderlock but worry that under duress with motor skill drastically reduced it may be hard to take off or find on first try, the thumb safety probably would be my personal choice if I can make myself take a dremel to the gun.
     
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