Do Glock's not have safeties? I thought all Semi Automatic Pistols have safeties. Also Andrea's gun is not a glock. I don't think so anyways.
Originally Posted by MadHatter
Not many people like touching or looting the dead. Although a lot of games and movies piss me off. In which someone walks by a soldier holding an assault rifle and the soldier is dead. So what do they do. Absolutely nothing! It doesn't make sense.
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Gen 1-3 Glocks were Famous/Infamous (Depending on who you ask, I happen to think Infamous.) for having no safety other then "Don't pull the trigger till your ready to shoot." and a hair pin trigger pull (Meaning it required very, very, very little presser on the trigger, just an extremely light tap, to make the gun go off.).
Gen 4 (Current.) Glocks have a small level, built into the trigger, that acts as a safety. It automatically goes off when ever anything is contacting the entire front surface of the trigger and attempts to depress it, so for all truly practical intentions an purposes, if your older then 3 or so, it doesn't have a safety other then "Don't pull the trigger till your ready to shoot."
Full Discloser: I do not like Glocks at all. As far as I'm concerned, an equivalent Springfield Arms XD series firearm is Superior in every way except maybe ammo capacity, and then only if your pushing the high capacity mags Glock makes that surprisingly few pros use.
Again, this is one of the brands two major selling points and claims to fame. So, having the actor fiddle with the slide of the gun and then editing in a clicking sound, to anyone who knows firearms, was a really dumb move.
As for not looting the bodies, in a real, apocalyptic survival scenario, most people who actually make it half as far as this group has by now did so by not making the really foolish mistakes and by doing the practical, sometimes distasteful things. This is not, for the record, me justifying Shane's position, as that was just an excuse in his mind to justify everyone he didn't have the hots for + himself being expendable in a pinch. But there's a difference between leaving people to die and not taking a wonderful opportunity to grab weapons and munitions that could very well be the difference between living or dieing.
And in a show that prides itself on "realism", this was an utterly agreegus mistake.