At the risk of beating a dead horse ... I recently came upon a thread on the relative merits (or lack of it) of Glocks not having a 'regular' safety like other semi-automatic handguns. Please refer to http://glocktalk.com/showthread.php?s=&threadid=635445 Some of the "arguments pro Glock" may be valid but would seem to fall under the 'a priori' type of argumentation. There is nothing like factual data, i.e., comparative statistics on ADs and NDs resulting in injuries or deaths, to bolster the claims pro or con. In short, DO WE HAVE COMPARATIVE STATISTICS ON THE PERCENTAGE OF INJURY OR DEATH THAT HAPPENED AS A RESULT OF ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGES OR NEGLIGENT DISCHARGES of FIREARMS WITH REGULAR SAFETIES on the one hand and GLOCK FIREARMS on the other hand? By percentage, we mean the number of firearms of one classification involved in injuries or deaths due to ADs and NDs over the total number of such firearms. I think that there are more 1911 types than Glock types. Just curious.