I've wondered for some time about this.
When I lay my pistol down, no matter how I do it, I'm keenly aware of where it's pointing and what it will hit if it magically goes off. I'll say to myself, "Self, even pointing down this sucker has the potential to go through the water heater or furnace (both gas fired units in the "basement").
As well, when I'm carrying, I'm aware that it could crease my thigh or, if someone bends down behind me, they're in danger (tie their shoe, stock shelves at the local grocery, etc).
I don't do the horizontal shoulder holster because it covers everything behind me. A distant second is that shoulder holsters are uncomfortable.
Sooo.... Guys'n'gals, is there a point where one just overreacts to this? I'm aware that my pistol, while I'm sleeping, is pointed toward the neighbors, though the bullet has to pass through the back of the nightstand, two walls and 50 yds to reach their house.
P.S. I've not even handled a pair of Thunderwear so I'm not qualified to say anything positive or negative about it, except that, were I single, I might consider it :rolleyes: J.S.