Using a Manual Safety

Should a Firearm's Manual Safety Be Used?

Absolutely! If the firearm has a safety, we encourage you to use the manual mechanical safety in the "SAFE" position. If a firearm does not have a built-in safety, we encourage the use of a holster, or an aftermarket device like the Saf-T-Blok trigger blocker (made specifically for Glocks). If you choose to use a holster, please examine the SkinTight Holster. It is an excellent option for micro-nine firearms. Or, as a final solution, the firearm without a manual safety could also be carried un-chambered.

Safety is so important to us that we created a whole webpage dedicated to the subject matter. To study and understand this subject, please click here . This URL is also provided on each invoice and packing slip sent, on each customer service response issued, on the outside Hang Tag, and on the inside sewn-on Care Tag of each pair of pants sold.

There are no "do-overs" for an accidental discharge. Always follow the NRA's or the NSSF's Gun Safe Rules. If you do not understand, please seek a certified professional instructor for training.