I didn't vote. But did want to bring up some safety stuff that has been mentioned here before in lots of threads.
I think lots of negligent discharges are caused by carelessness. So make sure you do not try to re-holster any pocket gun with the holster in your pocket. Remove the holster insert the gun and put the holster gun into your pocket. Something else I've seen people do, is to hold the muzzle end of the holster and jam the gun in the holster. Their hand fully in front of the muzzle. ND's are likely to occur when putting a gun in or out of a holster. Keep your hand free from the muzzle when you insert the gun.
Place your hand over the top of the holster, between the forefinger and your thumb. Bring the gun up from the tab portion and slide in the gun. That keeps the muzzle from pointing at the fingers or hand. Do what ever you need to do so that you don't break the important rule to never point a gun at something you don't want to destroy.
Also, practice drawing with an empty gun. Practice drawing so that your forefinger is indexed along the slide as you draw. I like to say your finger should look like it was injected with Viagra. So many people put their fingers in the trigger guard when holding a gun. Viagra finger and practicing should help from a safety stand point.
Be safe, no matter what gun you use.