Ever fallen asleep...

Ever fallen asleep...

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    Ever fallen asleep...

    Have you ever fallen asleep on the sofa or in bed with your piece on? You get comfy, then before you know it you doze off. I've done it while watching TV before... how about you guys?


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    Sure...been there a time or two. I'm always comfortable with my carry choice pistol and holster.

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    All the time.
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    Does anyone worry about a ND or AD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro2A View Post
    Does anyone worry about a ND or AD?
    No, why?
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    yep, fallen asleep in my big comfy recliner and on the big comfy could both while carrying

    and no........no worry about ND, it was in the same holster I'd been carrying all day, surely the evil black Glock wouldn't decide to jump out of my holster and discharge while I was inspecting my eyelids for leaks
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    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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    Quote Originally Posted by jfl View Post
    No, why?
    I guess I was just wondering if you end up laying on it wrong with all your body pressure or something, or if you laid back just right and it unsnapped and unholstered. Personally I don't have that concern, I have a Blackhawk Serpa, so my retention is good. I could be hanging upside down by my holster and my Glock would stay nice and snug. With past holsters retention was an issue.

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    yep done that, and nope don't worry about AD/ND.

    I don't tend to dream about shooting people or don't tend to act out my dreams while sleeping.
    Just remember that shot placement is much more important with what you carry than how big a bang you get with each trigger pull.
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    Sure, in fact, I'm trying to devise a way to sew belt loops to my undies so I can wear in bed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro2A View Post
    Does anyone worry about a ND or AD?
    No worries. My rig is not only comfortable....it's safe and secure. I actually laid on it this weekend changing the oil in two vehicles....crawling on it. It's part of me.

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    Yes, No ND's or AD's.

    I think Rcher has the right idea.

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    Back in the old neighborhood (500 yards from projects) , I'd deliberately wear my holster, sidearm, and extra mag to bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rcher View Post
    Sure, in fact, I'm trying to devise a way to sew belt loops to my undies so I can wear in bed.
    Keep us posted on this

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    ive done it.no worry's about ADs my holster covers my trigger and the first shot of my sig is about 10lbs of trigger pull.
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