What I wonder is, What happens if something does act like your finger and puts pressure on the trigger and once holstered you release this device? At this point there should still be pressure on the trigger and trigger safety, will the trigger be tripped and the striker fall?It's been extensively tested by many prominent firearms guys including Craig Douglas. He has one on his sim glocks that he uses in ECQC. It's been years in the making. I had my doubts originally but there aren't any downsides to it. Worst case scenario is that it breaks. Even if it breaks your gun still functions exactly the same, you just lose the safety.
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Too much device and not enough training.
In training you'll have enough screw ups (hopefully not fatal) to learn what you NEED to pay attention to.
Forget the device and get to training.