When I am sleeping at night, I keep my Glock 26 loaded and chambered right next to me on the bed stand. I have no kids, and my roommates are all responsible and am not worried about them at all.
What concerns me just a little is that I used to be a really light sleeper. As a kid I would move around a lot and sometimes would wake up in really weird positions (turned around the wrong way in the bed, or waking up on the floor) , and I have apparently even done some sleepwalking once or twice.
As I got older, I have gotten much better, I really sleep like a log every night. Does anyone think that there is any type of safety issue here?? I mean I would have to grab the gun and fully depress that trigger somehow, and I am not particularly worried about it, but just want to make sure I am being as safe as possible, to myself and my roommates.
Anyone have thoughts on if I am safe now, should maybe leave it unchambered (odd being as I walk around concealed, chambered and ready everywhere else...), or perhaps maybe even use an easy access safe right near the bed somewhere.
I know this is kind of a strange question, and might seem a little paranoid, but I think you can never be too careful with safety. Any feedback or thoughts would be much appreciated.