The usual reason for odd bends in trigger guards is because the trigger design would leave a gap between the trigger and guard that could either pinch the finger, or cause a failure of the trigger to return.That was the first thing I noticed about the overall configuration, and my first reaction was, "Oh, why?" It looks like the gun comes pre-dropped and pre-bent. If I were to get one of these -- and I am more than just a little interested -- I would be sorely tempted to beat that unwelcome curve into a more conventionally rounded shape. I didn't like that wave much a couple of decades ago when another New England manufacturer used it as a design element on several semiautos. My cranky judgment is that trigger guards on DA and semiauto firearms had pretty much been figured out by 1908.
I don't know. At this age I have had plenty of training in willful blindness, so maybe I'd eventually stop seeing it.
Here's the "New England" gun referenced above. It's the Kahr series. Here's my Kahr K9. It's been my prime CCW for almost 10 years now.
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