Let me state this again, I like this pistol because there is no manual safety but it does have a hammer and the decocker. I think that combo is perfect. Coming from years of a revolver mentality, I would just never trust a semiauto pistol without an exposed hammer. I want to know when I have a round in the chamber that the firing pin is safe and I have the option of a double action for quick pull and shoot or I can pull the hammer back and have a crisp single action. I am surprised more pistols aren't made like this.
There is no reason for a pistol to have a manual safety if the pistol has an exposed hammer. It just clutters up the gun and makes the shooter have to deal with more options that don't need to be there.
Last edited by Flat Tire; 07-09-2013 at 03:30 PM.