I hope this is the place to ask these questions.... I'm a Colt man...Love 'em...don't own any handguns that aren't Colt. I'm sort of looking to get a smaller carrying gun for me (glocks seem to be easy to conceal), and something smaller/lighter for my fiance to shoot. I'm not sure if this is true or not, but I've heard about a dependability issue with a glock. Someone once told me that if a glock jams, it can still fire one more round? I'm not sure what type of jam it was...I wouldn't imagine it would be able to do that with a stovepipe, can anyone clear that up for me? Also, I sort of have an issue with the safety...has anyone heard of, or had any problems themselves with the trigger safety while carrying in a concealed holster? I know it shouldn't happen, but accidents are more than willing to happen. I'm sort of afraid to have just that keeping me from an accidental discharge if it were to go off. Can you get a glock with a manual thumb safety like a Colt 1911 or something similar just for added protection? Thanks in advance to anyone who can help me out here!