I've heard about all the exploding Glock 22 .40 S&W guns or that they lack a manual safety. Has anybody ever been re-holstering and snagged the trigger and had a round go off? I mean the XD is pretty similar in design to a Glock to me, but as far as I know the XD has a grip safety. I mean are Glocks really a good pistol? I mean I know with the proper training and practice, a Glock is just as safe as any. But aren't people a bit skeptical about buying a gun with no other safety than on the trigger? And even at that, I hear their trigger is a really light double-action only. Not trying to bash on Glock here, but one reason I got a 1911 as my first pistol was for the reason that it has redundant safeties on it. Grip safety, thumb safety and some have the drop safety (firing pin block). And my trigger is a 5lb single-action on my Springfield. Another reason I ask this is because if Wisconsin ever goes and passes concealed carry, I may want to have a couple other pistols to carry other than my 1911. I have heard from lots of people that carry the Glock, but I am a little questionable about a gun whose only safety is at the trigger and a gun that has trouble supporting rounds like the .40 S&W G22. I almost thought I'd be better served by a Sig Sauer P220 or an H&K USP Compact as a CCW if I want something other than a 1911.