I was in a LGStore today and they started putting trigger locks on on all of their firearms for sale. New and used.
I asked to see a new one, a Ruger pistol, and they let me check it out but refused to remove the lock. So I asked why ?? and the guy behind the counter said it's their new store policy. I asked him, when did you start doing this? I was just in here about a week ago and none of your firearms had any locks on them. The guy said they just started doing it this week. He added what do you want me to remove the lock for? I said so I could feel the trigger response and how it resets. He asked why? I just kind ah looked at him, handed him the gun, and left.
Would you buy any firearm, even new out of the box, if they refused to remove a trigger lock? Wouldn't feeling how the trigger responds and where the reset is, be apart of your inspection? New or used? Or is that just being a bit too much? Am I paying too much attention to detail?
I'm not OCD :blink: that I know of anyways :tongue: