Thread: Safety switch
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Old November 25, 2012, 09:33 AM   #22
Aguila Blanca
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Originally Posted by Keepin Jeepin
Truck gun, not chambered.
Carry gun, chambered no safety
Bedside gun, chambered and safety off.
Bedside shotgun, chambered and safety off
So they are not all in the same condition. Which means in the event you have to use one, instead of remembering where the safety is, you have to remember if it's loaded or not. IMHO this demolishes any validity your approach might have.

Also, in your first post, you wrote about the "extreme what if" of someone else grabbing your gun. But isn't that exactly what the Internet "experts" tell us is why we shouldn't ever open carry ... because some bad guy will sneak up and grab our piece when we're not paying attention?

I don't think your approach is logical, and it certainly isn't safe.
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