What upgrades would you suggest for a Glock that is meant for concealed carry?? I usually carry my 27, sometimes my 19.
Oo-fah! You carry with a custom trigger that's lighter? You're the type of guy that liability lawyers and prosecutors get a chubby over.I also cc a g27. The only thing I changed was the trigger connector from the stock 5.5 to a ghost 3.5. It gave me better follow up shots. Of corse practice practice!!
the 3.5# connector doesn't change the weight enough to make a difference, and as far as I know, there has never been anybody put in prison because of it.Oo-fah! You carry with a custom trigger that's lighter? You're the type of guy that liability lawyers and prosecutors get a chubby over.
That connector can introduce you to Bubba and his band of merrymen over at the greybar hotel, yo.
+1. Glocks are essentially perfect out of the box for CCW. I do NOT recommend making a lot of changes that could possibly lead to some kind of liability down the road.Other than sights if you feel the need for them and a holster you are comfortable with..............nothing except trigger time at the range and home practice of drawing your weapon.
You want to argue that point in a court of law? Please, sell me tickets to that one.the 3.5# connector doesn't change the weight enough to make a difference, and as far as I know, there has never been anybody put in prison because of it.
Night sites if you don't have them, a good holster ad lots of range time.
This comes up all the time on various forums yet, nobody has hard proof that this has ever happened in a court room, thats all Im saying.Nope. You want to do research, do your own. I'm the LEO, not the paralegal. Ever hear of a shooting investigation team?
Better yet, if you go cap someone CC with your Buzz Sawyer Wammy Jammy gun, let me know how it turns out, Budreux.
BTW, the DOC buys it's food from the lowest bidder.
If it's a justifiable shooting it is irrelevant what was done to the trigger. The only way i see mods coming into play is fratricide.
That depends on what state you're in. Down here, in GA and in FL, if you're justified, you're immune from civil liability. I discovered that I was carrying extra liability insurance to protect me from said civil suits for nothing.You can still be sued even if it is justifiable.