Originally Posted by niteglock
I have trigger discipline, just afraid of the hair trigger on a 1911. I shouldntve written flinch.didn't come out too well. Lol.
Okay. Sorry about misunderstanding you. Personally, I don't find the 1911 trigger to be that crisp, but I can understand why many people do. I grew up with S&W K frames, most with the serrated target trigger. The single action on a 1911 seems much longer to me than the single action on the Smiths.
Anywho, I have been carrying Browning design pistols for years, and I can see your concern about cocked and locked. It doesn't scare me out of owning them, but my holsters all have thumb-breaks with the strap under the hammer. I've never had a hammer fall while holstered, but it still makes me feel better about it.