I remember when Glocks started showing up in Law Enforcement agencies and people were claiming that they were more dangerous than previous firearms that were issued. Supposedly they were sold as not having a safety and from what I saw, yes, I actually did see more accidents over a course of a year when they first were issued. Now that Glock pistols have decades long experience you can’t argue with something that obviously works and work well. The military issued sidearm the Beretta 92 or M9 as it is called defanitely is not up to what the Glock can do and by watching what military contractors are using.
The Glock trigger safety really should not be called a safety because it does not work like a traditional safety at all. It is more of an accidental discharge prevention safety but a top selling Safariland holsters with the ALS system are the reason we refer to the Glock as an unsheethed knife. If a Glock is put in a retention holster it is like sword that has been sheethed. There are always trade offs with firearms but it truely is an out of the box point and shoot sidearm. Love them or hate them, they work, and work well