Hello Everyone; I've been a lurker for a while and I recently had an interesting experience that I wanted to share. I recently received my CPL here is MI and I don't quite have the gear and attire ready to start carrying my Witness (no gun belt, etc..) so I've taken to pocket carry the Bobcat when I can carry. I do have a pocket holster to keep the gun oriented barrel down and grip ready and it sits in my front right pocket. After using the toilet, I would tuck my t-shirt in and in the process of smoothing the t-shirt out before hiking up my jeans, I could feel my fingers switch the safety off (I carry with it on). The first time it took a minute to register and when I checked it, it was indeed off. Second time, it registered immediately. Now I carry it in 'condition 2' so I was not in imminent danger, but it was somewhat interesting that I could flick the safety off without meaning too. This is not a condemnation of the gun or its ergonomics. It's brand new as well. It's just another little anecdote about staying safe, paying attention, and being observant about all things. The experience does not make me more tentative about carrying either. Quite the opposite, it made me glad that I was able to recognize what was happening with my gear and that in the future I will be diligent in carrying my firearms. So I just wanted to share that little experience/observation with you. This is a great site and I look forward to contributing. P.S. I am looking to get a 5 stitch instructors belt as a gun belt and some larger trousers after the holidays. I'll let you all know my impressions on carrying that Witness (I'll be carrying it in a Uncle Mikes IWB, the same way I carry Robert, Cond.2 with the safety on BTW). Have a merry Xmas!