Right. The BBC news has been repeatingly using a clip of an armed rozzer in London with his folding-stock MP5 carbine across his chest. This in itself is not a problem. His right hand is on the pistol grip, and his finger is clearly outside of the trigger guard. This is good drills. Then appears a close-up of his right hand on the pistol grip, and it is clearly visible that HIS FECKING SAFETY CATCH IS OFF! Now, as I always remember, whatever state your wpn is in (i.e. whether empty, loaded or made ready), the safety catch should be on (unless of course your wpn prohibits this when hammer down, which as far as I am aware is not the case for H&K rifles/carbines and is only a thing I have seen with pistols & bolt-action rifles). This appears to be excedingly bad drills - and as someone else pointed out on another thread, there's also been a bit of footage of one copper with his finger on the fecking trigger, although I have not personally seen this. AARRGGHHH!!!!