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Are ambi safeties safe?

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    Being a lefty and having carried a 1911 as primary for a long time, I have removed the safety extensions on the left "outer" side back to a 1911A1 configuration on my two 1911's. Neither of them have ever moved to the unlocked position during carry. Having said this, I still am not 100% sold on the strength of an ambi safety. Every one I have installed or examined just seem awfully frail in their hookup with the primary left side.
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