This may be a stupid question. Whoever has trigger locks do you guys store with the gun cocked or uncocked so there is no pressure on the trigger when putting the locks on?
Glock recommends storing uncocked. Just remember that most guns can be dry fired (using the trigger to drop the hammer on an empty chamber), most .22's will be damaged. Check the owners manual to make sure dry fire is okay.I am going to invest in a safe soon but just wanted to see what others do where if they have the gun cocked or uncocked. I store mine uncocked with trigger lock on. I assume that will not produce stress on the triggers since it is uncocked.