I went to the range yesterday with my G26 and had a very bad experience that I am still almost shaking about. I pulled the gun out of my holster, and I must have had my finger on the trigger and the gun discharged before I had it pointed uprange. Luckily there was nowone else there and no damage was done. I put the gun away and went home. I am afraid to pick the gun up now. I thought I had it ingrained in my head and muscle memory not to touch the trigger untill I had the gun pointed at whatever I was willing to shoot. Not only that, it is a stock Glock 5.5 pound trigger. How did I pull it that hard without even trying? I have to rethink this whole thing now. I have only had a pistol for about four months and maybe at 59, I am losing my edge. I am putting them away for awhile to calm down and think this over. The sad part is that I took the safety course and had a good instructor to boot.