Carrying With One Loaded In Chamber (Question?)

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Re: Carrying With One Loaded In Chamber (Question?)

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Post by gthaustex » Sat Jun 08, 2013 8:41 am

Pecos wrote:Mt concern is I will be carring a Glock 17 Gen 4 left handed Hip holster. My leather belt holster covers the triger guard. Is it safe to carry with round on the tube?
I would hate to have unintended discharge. Or for ease of mind is ir better to carry unchambere? Thanks. :fire
I carry that exact firearm in a Comptac MTAC holster with a round in the chamber. The trigger is covered by the holster at all times. It is perfectly safe in that condition with a round in the chamber. Think of all the LEOs you see out there carrying Glock firearms on their hips. I guarantee they are carrying with a round in the chamber.

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Re: Carrying With One Loaded In Chamber (Question?)

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Post by Pecos » Tue Jun 25, 2013 1:53 pm

Thanks gthaustex:
I plan to carry my Glock 17 gen 4 with one on the tube. I have a good holster & the gun has a 3 safty trigger. I found out the gun is not cocked untill you squeeze the trigger. Im complete confident in carrying this way! My Ruger P95 has a de cocker & after a investigated the Glock I have no douts this is my main carry gun. :-) :tiphat:
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