Friends and family came over today and some brought their pistols to do some shooting. Earlier in the day I was mentioning how the safety lever on my JHP 45acp seemed to be moving more freely than when I first bought it. Sometimes I would draw it from the holster, and the safety would already be off. When we went shooting, I took my Hi-Point, and during my first mag, I had 3 malfunctions due to the safety positioning. My thumb rests below the safety lever during firing, and it seems that the recoil makes my thumb move the safety up. It is bad enough the safety disengages during holstering/drawing, but to top that off, I'd have to consciously hold the safety down during firing. :/ I've read two posts about fixing the issue. My pistol isn't as stated in one thread, I have a plastic post that is part of the plastic receiver, not a screw. The other "fix" really wasn't one. The more I examine it, the more I don't like this design. I can smack the mag as if I am inserting one, and knock the safety off. I'll have to find another inexpensive defensive handgun; I simply can't trust this one.