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Old March 27, 2012, 09:17 PM   #46
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My point is that everyday movements can disengage the safety, leaving the wearer unknowingly exposed to higher danger....
It happens on occasion with my 1911 as well. It bothers me enough to check it at least a few times a day, even though I realize the gun has other safeties. Also I can't help but feel glad the gun is generally pointed at only a tiny fraction of my butt.
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