It was called a false safety defect in the class action lawsuit. If you use the pistol in a defensive shooting, some shyster will accuse you of "operator error" and claim that your justifiable shooting was negligent. It's easy enough to prevent that by using another pistol for defense. I'm not saying that the 24/7 isn't an excellent range toy.I've got a 24/7 PRO-C. Only way I can make the safety fail is if I have intentionally
pulled the trigger back while setting the safety. I don't call this a "false safety" I call
it "operator error".
24/7 is too good a pistol to send back for a cheap PT-111
All the Best,