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    px4 CCW holders

    Trying to see if most carry with safety on or off? Any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by retnavy View Post
    Trying to see if most carry with safety on or off? Any suggestions?

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    I don't own or carry a PX4 but if I recall its a DA/SA trigger system so I would guess the majority of people carry them like most DA/SA with the safety off and de-cocked.
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    I carry mine with the safety off.
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    Safety off. Round in chamber.
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    Type G PX4's like mine have no safety - the decocker returns to fire position by itself. Safest guns to carry with one in the chamber. 1911 cocked and locked? Not in my holster.
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    I love mine, type F but the safety is awkward to release on draw so mine is safety off during carry.
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    Great gun!... when I carry it I basically do 1 in chamber, de-cocked and safety off... like others mentioned...
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    Have done it both ways. I use the decocker to drop the hammer, then flip the safety back off once it's in the holster. I would NOT carry it cocked and the safety off.
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    Safety Off

    I carry a 9000s Type F - essentially the same gun as the PX4 Compact.

    I keep the safety on - for safe handling from nightstand to desk to holster to lock box in the car - most of the time.

    However, at night outside in darkened situations, when the closing distance and time are shorter, I take the safety off, but still have the hammer decocked.

    I would not take the safety off in daylight, unless I felt a heightening sense of threat.
    George H. Foster
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