I carry my M&P Bodyguard 380 with one in the chamber....don't have to worry about the hammer being back.
Yes, but this thread began in 2015 when Solo was still in production with a "striker-fired single-action". Damn fine trigger for carry, IMO. I wish they would have incorporated the Solo trigger into the EVO or something else.This is 2020. Cocked and Locked is so... 1911.
Get with the times, Gramps.
LEM or striker!
Right on 'Noog.Damn fine trigger for carry, IMO. I wish they would have incorporated the Solo trigger into the EVO or something else.
Don't carry a .380, but do carry my Micro 9 during hot weather. To date, after almost five years, I've never had the safety disengage when or after carrying all day.
my Micro 9 is carried in a shoulder holster system every day and has never gone out of condition 1 on it's own...
There have been several reports of this happening by a few other owners over the years. Simply put, it shouldn't happen ever. A Micro with a questionable safety is a potential major problem. I suggest you IMMEDIATELY contact Kimber and let them bring the little darlings into spec. It would probably be a good idea for them to know the production info too as there may have been a glitch, could be other defective pistols made at that time out there? Believe it or not many owners never really field test their guns. The fact that you have the problem with three pistols does suggest that this could be a procedural quirk on your part? The safety should distinctly click into the on position and stay that way unless deliberate force is used to disengage it. There's no grip safety on Micros so the thumb safety needs to be 100%...
How would I feel about the safety on three single action carry guns regularly disengaging while carrying?