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For most but not all holsters, however, the light precludes use. Regardless of the holster, and whether the light is on or not, my Glock 22 is fitted with the Crimson Trace LaserGrips unit. The Glock 22 is one of my few concessions to modern tastes in pistols. The Glock has a polymer frame and a light. I’m one of these older pistoleers who doesn’t mind shooting one handed if the target is close enough and always believed that the source of tactical illumination – what we used to call a “flashlight” – may be better off held in the off hand and well away from the body, rather than positioned under the pistol.
When you go from brand to brand, that doesn’t happen. Even if all the trigger pulls are really good, they will never be essentially the same. Even in broad daylight, a powerful light can still be seen, this SureFire unit mounted on a Glock 22. The borrowed Glock 27 – about the size of Chiefs Special two-inch snubby – had the crisp and even trigger pull to which I have become accustomed with my Glock 22 and an original Glock 17 which I owned years ago, a firearm which I gave to a friend who was going off to Operation Desert Storm.
Single-action pistols must be hand cocked for the first shot; those shooting only double-action require a long pull each shot; and those fitted with selective lockwork require two trigger-finger positions between the first and following shots. The Glock 17 firing mechanism requires a single trigger-finger position as all the shots are fired in a “semi-double-action” mode; the trigger pull equals that of a good service pistol. The trigger travel, while shorter than that of a typical double-action gun, is longer than that of a single-action pistol.