I'm curious, do most people carry with their gun ready to fire? Not including manual safeties, which I would assume that you have on, what I'm asking is do you have your gun virtually ready to fire where you just have to click off the safety and it's ready to rock and roll? I just got my first real gun, a S&W M&P 9mm and it doesn't have a manual safety, other than the trigger safety. However, I've been told that it was designed to be carried where it's ready to fire. That seems sort of dangerous to me when it only takes less than a second to load a round. So it would seem that it's much safer to carry without one in the chamber, at least for my gun. What do you guys think?