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    Everytime I get too comfy in my Lazyboy after work. Happens more often as the years go by.

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    Of course,
    that's the only way to nap

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    I may have fallen asleep a time or two in my life...


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    Sure, I've done it.

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    Yepper done it a time or two......and no I don't worry....and when I go to bed at night I sleep with my pistol under my pillow too......

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    All the time if I fall asleep in my chair.

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    No, I take it off once inside the house and everything is clear.
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    No ND. It stays in it's holster unless I'm playing with it. Who could fall asleep with a beautiful piece of hardware in their hands? I usually doze off with at least a keltec in my pocket(on the couch). I don't wear my guns to bed, that's just weird.
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    All the time. I only worry about a AD when I wake to the cat chasing the dog with my Sig.

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    Yes, many times.
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    Yes a couple of times, no do not worry about ND or AD.
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    Oh yeah.. I do almost everyday! :-) I do not worry about AD's at all. My MTAC is very comfy with my G30 or G27 as snug inside it, as I am in my recliner...
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    Yep. Every now and then.

    Of course, it is usually when I am not lying directly on top of my gun.

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    I have a time or two also, when I work out of state and stay in a extended stay, I like to sleep with my Colt defender.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maclean3 View Post
    I nap every day, sometimes several times a day. No, I don't worry about ADs. All of my holsters fully cover the trigger guard and my 1911s have manual thumb safeties as well. The only AD I've ever experienced while napping is the occasional drool on my pillow ... I hate when that happens.
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