Glocks are safe guns...with multiple passive safeties. The firing pin safety being the last line of defense should something mechanically go wrong. Any instances of a non-mod Glock having to actually need to use this safety? And no... I don't plan on making any mods in my Glock. It's fine the way it is. I'm just curious..for knowledge' sake. I guess the first indication of this happening would be to discover a dead trigger (being activated from the forward position) with a round in the chamber....right?