How many of you carry your 1911 with the hammer cocked. I have seen the holsters that have the strap between the hammer and the action when carrying the 1911 is in cocked position. The 1911 is a safe firearm for the most part, but it would make me a little nervous to carry one that is cocked. I know it is faster to pull and operate if it is cocked. Just wondering if anyone carries the 1911 in a holster with the hammer already cocked. I would think by the time you released the strap on the holster you could have already manually cocked the hammer.