mongooseman — Not really. If you’re wrestling over a gun, odds are it’s moving around too much for either party to get the necessary amount and direction of force on the Gadget for any substantial length of time.
The Gadget doesn’t have any kind of “lock” position so if your thumb isn’t pressing into it, the gun is free to fire.
Hey Todd, which generations of Glocks does the gadget fit? The Indiegogo page doesn’t mention that. Unless the backplates for all generations are interchangeable (pardon my ignorance but I don’t shoot Glock), that information may be helpful.
Thanks for developing this. I’ll fully behind a belt-and-suspenders approach to safety.