Can't get over trigger safety, only.
I just picked up an M&P compact 9mm. I picked up a holster for it, and away I go. I'm on my way to go shooting it in the morning, and it feels really awkward to carry. I just can't get past the fact that it doesn't have a safety besides the trigger safety. I'm not sure I'll be able to carry it with one in the chamber at all when I have my son with me, just because I would hate to be pulling it out and have something come into contact with the trigger. I know that it's highly unlikely, but I'm used to a thumb safety and a mag safety. Do I just need to calm down? Ever hear of someone slipping while drawing? Should I just carry without one in the chamber?
Maybe I'll feel better after putting a few hundred rounds though it tomorrow. Just a little freaky to have it cocked and in a holster while my two year old's head so close to it when we're walking together.