And stock....I just don't get the deal with the people who hate the tang safety. Please explain this to me. Here is my thought/approach/style whatever you want to call it. My safety is an ADDITIONAL layer of safety/security. It IS NOT a primary safety, it is not something I depend on. If I get the gun out - it has the safety ON. However - if I'm getting it out for business, the first thing I will do is take it OFF. At this point, where I point the gun and where I put my finger is what it is all about. Same thing at the range. when I'm ready to shoot - safety goes off and stays off. The gun is pointed down range when this occurs. When I'm done, the safety goes on. With the exception of BG at night, when the action would be rack/safety off, I just don't get that it matters where the thing is. If I'm looking for BG's there is no safety on, if I even think there might be one, there is no safety on. Safety is going on at best when/if I set it down because I really believe everything is clear. and then I wouldn't care if it took two hands, my left foot, and a piece of rope to get it on. What do you guys do / how do you approach things that the safety position is such a big deal?