Carrying a gun can be dangerous if you don't take every precaution to insure that the gun will not discharge accidentally. I recently heard a story about someone who is former military who accidentally discharged a gun in his front pocket. Fortunately people around him were not hurt but he wasn't so lucky. Many guns do not have built-in safeties, but even if they did, wouldn't it be smart to have an additional line of defense from accidental discharge? The Patent Pending Garrison Grip Trigger Stay is a simple design that can help make conceal carry a little safer. Another important benefit of the design is if an assailant manages to get your gun and turn it on you, the more barriers you have, the more time it takes for the assailant to figure out how to make the gun functional, giving you time for a Plan B. Weighing less than .3 oz., the Trigger Stay is not carry prohibitive in any way. The Trigger Stay is designed to be wedged between the back of the trigger and the back of the trigger guard. It's made of a rubber material that has enough flexibility to be pushed or pulled out of position with one finger therefore enabling the trigger to be pulled. The Trigger Stay can be pushed out in less than the time it takes to remove the gun from a pocket, holster or purse and creates one more possible barrier to accidental discharge. The Quick Release Trigger Stay does not function as a safety. During Concealed Carry , it can act as an additonal barrier. You are your only safety when you carry.