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I’ve seen it used. I’m not a fan of adding things to my edc. The more you add the more opportunity for it failing when needed. For example, even Springfield removed their palm safety on their new hellcat.
And added the Glock dingus on the trigger!!

I’m telling you I think they took a belt sander to a Glock 26 and then said, Look what we invented!
 

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One of the rare times I’m in complete disagreement with Jim Beam.

The TAU gadget and new sights are the only mods on my carry glocks. I don’t see it or use it as a way to truly control anything; to me it’s simply a feedback device; a way to know if something is moving the trigger much like an external hammer does on a da revolver, beretta 92, etc.

Before trying it, I read all the reviews I could find, including one from a training school where they supposedly run them on glocks that get a good amount of rolling around on the ground, with no issues or failures.

All I can say is that I like them, and the only way you’ll know what you think of them is trying one.
 
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One of the rare times I’m in complete disagreement with Jim Beam.

The TAU gadget and new sights are the only mods on my carry glocks. I don’t see it or use it as a way to truly control anything; to me it’s simply a feedback device; a way to know if something is moving the trigger much like an external hammer does on a da revolver, beretta 92, etc.

Before trying it, I read all the reviews I could find, including one from a training school where they supposedly run them on glocks that get a good amount of rolling around on the ground, with no issues or failures.

All I can say is that I like them, and the only way you’ll know what you think of them is trying one.
You got a link to what we are talking about?
 

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I can understand why a individual would choose to use,or not use this device.for me,I might give it more consideration if I carried appendix,or possibly shoulder.if I had a dollar for every time I heard "just keep your finger off the trigger" .I suppose loose clothing,draw cords,and such could be a consideration while holstering,though unlikely if your paying attention.just like any other feature on a firearm,just a personal choice.
 

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I have no use for one, but here is a YouTube video about it...

After watching the video I really see no problem with the device. I pictured more of a tactile switch then a hinge that you apply pressure to. I retract my previous statement.
 
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