Thanks for your reply. In the one case that you determined that the stock safety would not have come off, can you share the facts of that case, in general terms? If you are unable or uncomfortable because of pending litigation or other matters, I understand.
Since the force to disengage the safety is the same regardless if stock or not, I'm curious how the shooter managed to discharge the firearm. Was that the instance where the gun was falling into the mud? Drugs or alcohol involved? Parties clowning around and someone saw the gun was falling?
"Of every 100 men that go to battle 70 should not even be there, 20 are nothing but targets, 9 are true soldiers, and we are lucky to have them for they the battle make but ONE, one is a warrior, and HE will bring the others home." Hericlitus