It’s kinda obvious what could go wrong with the forthcoming Sure-Draw GLOCK safety: you draw your gun and forget to turn off the safety. Like you might do with every other handgun equipped with an external safety. Only not. ‘Cause the Sure-Draw safety is a press n’ hold affair. Unless you push in the safety and hold it the gun is hot. So what’s the point? It’s not a final precaution.It’s designed to prevent Tex Grebnerization. You press the button with your thumb as you draw the gun and then release it as you bring it to bear on the bad guy (or paper target). Same deal when you return the gun to the holster. [Click here for instructions.] Used properly you can’t ND your femoral artery or (for fans of appendix carry) endanger your genetic legacy. Your thoughts?