Safe-Draw External Trinket To Weigh Down The Glock Trigger

If you want a heavier trigger, you no longer have to mess with the insides of the Glock:

The product is called Safe-Draw, and it’s available for $7 on their website.

Safe-draw-glock-trigger-weightIf it works, and people are looking for that type of thing then great! ¬†Having extraneous stuff hanging on the outside of a weapon you’re betting your life on is rarely a good idea if you ask me. ¬†For $7 you can’t really go wrong though if you just want to “try out” a few different weights before deciding on one and replacing the internals I’d say.




Bro-ham March 10, 2015 at 06:51 am

Yep lets make that first REALLY F’N IMPORTANT first shot the worst one with a terrible trigger pull.

This is a stupid invention made for the same stupid people who may have negligent discharges when attempting to clean their pistols.

4 Firearms safety rules, not that difficult to follow FFS.


Drew March 10, 2015 at 11:36 am

The late George Carlin said “if someone made a left-nostril inhaler, someone else would buy it.”


Ross March 10, 2015 at 01:42 pm

I’m so happy it was tested on an Airsoft gun. Gives me great confidence. Also, this will make your Glock brand Glock fit in ZERO holsters.


ENDO-Mike March 10, 2015 at 01:46 pm

haha oh that’s airsoft? I was wondering what was up with slide going back on trigger pull. I figured it was some sort of training frame I didn’t know about… like the SIRT or something.

Good call on the non-holster fit.


jim bob March 10, 2015 at 03:22 pm

this thing could create the resistance of a handgripper, and it would still pale in comparison to that damn 12 lb pull on NYPD glocks.


Sledgecrowbar March 14, 2015 at 11:28 pm

If you can’t replace trigger components in your Glock… ugh. The lack of competence in this world causes the most irritating inventions to be brought to market.


Mark June 3, 2015 at 09:23 pm

Why would you write an article about a part, mention that it is cheap to try out, then not actually buy the part and try it out?


ENDO-Mike June 4, 2015 at 12:15 am

Spend $7 plus shipping on something I don’t want, try it out, and give them a free review on it? hahhahhaha no thanks.


Mark June 4, 2015 at 01:25 pm

So what are you actually accomplishing then? You bring attention to something to say that it may work? Doesn’t this being free attention to the company?

You state that it is a trinket as opposed to it being a gun safety part. What would be the criteria for a part being a “trinket”? Doesn’t the word “trinket” imply a negative connotation?


ENDO-Mike June 4, 2015 at 01:31 pm

What’s the URL to your blog Mark? Your time is obviously worth way more than mine. I’m looking forward to seeing all your detailed free reviews. Thanks!

If you want to add a $7 trinket… yes trinket with a negative connotation, then by all means do that! I wouldn’t trust my life to it personally. As far as I’m concerned it would be great to test out different trigger weights at the range though before doing an actual trigger swap. I mentioned that last part in the post if you bothered to actually read it before you got butthurt.


Mark June 4, 2015 at 03:18 pm

“Butthurt” is not the word…

I don’t have a blog, but feel free to check out my website:

I should however start a blog, and if I did my first post would be about trigger pull resistance. It’s actually more correct to use the term trigger work. The trigger is pulled a distance before the weapon fires. Force over that distance is technically the “work”. Trigger resistance with short stroke is not equal to trigger resistance with long stroke even if the scale measures the same force…

So, a 5.5lb stock trigger plus a 6lb SAFE-DRAW is not at all the same as an NY trigger. I’m just stating the numbers in terms people can recognize.

By the way, I’m more than happy to send free samples to anyone willing to actually try the products; which includes your readers. Just send me a friendly email.

I support the 2nd Amendment and the 1st. I appreciate you taking the time to write about it. Even bad publicity can get people thinking about safety. That is really the goal anyway.

Thanks for the free article.


ENDO-Mike June 4, 2015 at 03:21 pm

LOL I saw that coming. You need thicker skin if you’re upset about this post. It doesn’t matter what I think about it anyway. Good luck with sales!


Everett January 17, 2016 at 09:05 pm

I might give these a try. My problem is that I ccw w/3.5 lb trigger wt. Every combo I try, connector, NY1, etc. to increase trigger wt doesn’t give me the trigger I want. This will make my gun safer until the first shot!


Mark June 4, 2015 at 03:30 pm

Maybe I do. But I think many people actually care about what you say… I could be wrong though ;-)

Oh, and aside from Serpa, these fit most holsters.

Thank you. No hard feelings.



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