Glock 34 missing - gun or me ? in Miscellaneous BEginners Posted June 12 I have noticed that I’ve built a tactile memory spot on my trigger fingers left and right that ensure Im pulling that trigger straight back on a Glock. It’s where I remember how the safety hits the same place on my pad tip. Glocks, more than any other pistol I shoot, seem less forgiving of inconsistent trigger stroke. I say stroke because Glock triggers remind me of revolvers more than anything else I have competed with. If I start getting a push left, that usually means I need my finger further on the trigger and the safety is where it belongs. At this point, after taping a stage I can remind myself and just thinking about it, I will adjust. I consider this the price of doing business with the Glock platform. I consistently shoot them faster than other pistols, and they do go bang with wonderful reliability. I find them easy to fix, get parts for, and they’re built for my hands.They were the first pistols besides revos that felt good in my hands. I think it’s the reason I put in the time to learn the platform. That push though, I find it more of a problem if I don’t practice.