If you start cleaning your firearm and it is still loaded that's your fault not a design flaw but a user end problem.The VAAAAAST majority of Glock NDs have been just that: NEGLIGENT discharges. People failing to properly clear the firearm before pulling the trigger to disassemble for cleaning. That operator error when it really comes down to it. Is the need to pull the trigger for disassembly a design flaw? I’d argue strongly that it could be, yes. However, the fact remains that if the firearm is properly cleared and the muzzle is pointed in a safe direction, NONE of those NDs would have occurred. Faults on both sides.
I’m not personally aware of any Glocks discharging themselves when holsters unless there was an obstruction of some form that pulled the trigger. Which is why I use an SCD on mine, just in case.
Anyway, just wanted to clarify that point. I’m NOT a Sig hater either, I LOVE the P220/226/228/229 and the other classic Sigs. I AM a bit of a P320 hater. It’s just a poor design.
How does one go about shooting a firearm that is supposed to be unloaded unless they failed to unload it?