I used to rail (so to speak) against frame-mounted safeties on everyday carry (EDC) guns. I agree with UziNineMillomeetah: it’s just one more thing to go wrong in a situation where adrenaline can make you both stupid and clumsy. And yet . . . I carry a Wilson Combat 1911 with a safety. How I Learned to Stop Worrying And Carry a Gun With A Frame-Mounted Safety: by changing my grip (thumb over the safety) and practicing. A single-action 1911 is worth it, in terms of concealability and accuracy. Otherwise, nope, no frame-mounted safety on my GLOCK 19, FNS-9c or Kahr CM9. What’s your take? Do you have a frame-mounted safety on your EDC? If so, why so? If not, why not?
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