Just thought I'd share my experience at the shooting range today and see what everyone's thoughts are. So I went to a small compact shooting range in Modesto, CA. The range has about 5 lanes and a very very small area behind the lanes to load your clips. So as I walk into the range I notice that two shooters were walking off the lane with their Glocks slide forward. Let me tell you I was nervous as hell for about 15 mins (the time it took for them to leave). I even took a sec or two to actually tell them that they need to be very careful with that gun since there are so many accidents with the glocks. What would everyone else have done? Would anyone else been as worried as i was? My shooting range habit 1- Lay my HK USP Compact 40 on the table in the firing lane with the safety on and the slide back and pointed down range. 2- load my clip on the table behind the firing lane. 3- walk up to the firing lane pick up my pistol still making sure its pointed down range, load clip and release slide 4- get into shooting position take aim on target with index finger off trigger 5- release safety put index finger on trigger ... breath and squeeze one off 6- once clip is finished put safety back on remove clip and lay gun back on table in firing lane. 7- walk back to table with clip and reload.