So I'm an aspiring gun enthusiast and I try to pick up as much as I can whenever and wherever I can, so some things I still have yet to learn. A little while back, I went to a range and got to fire a P226 for the first time. I already had experience with guns at this point and I knew how to operate them for the most part. The P226 was a rental from the gun shop that was attached to the indoor range. They showed me how to use it because I had never fired one before, even though I was pretty familiar with it already. What surprised me was that there was no safety on the gun. What I had originally thought was the safety was actually the decocking lever. It was then they told me that lots of guns don't have safety's but rather decocking levers: Sigs (as is evident above), Berettas, Glocks (I knew this one already), and they named a few more that I don't particularly remember. So in general, which companies or firearms in particular have actual safety's and which ones don't? I'm particularly interested in the 92fs. I've shot it before at a supervised range but I never really got to toy with it to see how it works. Among other guns also, does the 92 have a safety (the lever on the back of the slide), or is it just a decocking lever? Sorry for the long post, but thanks in advance.