But dammit, Steve, I expected more from you. At the very least, I expect you to do your research.
In On Writing, he advises
On the whole, I think story belongs in front, but some research is ineveitable; your shirk it at your peril.Well you shirked it here, buddy.
I recently finished Doctor Sleep, the sequel to The Shining, and a little story called "Mile 81."
While both were good reads (Doctor slightly bit better than "Mile"), in both cases I ran into a section that made my reading screech to a halt and kick me out of the story.
From Doctor Sleep:
He turned the basket so one end faced the newly arrived RV and flicked off the Glock's safety with his thumb.From "Mile 81:"
As Jimmy approached the station wagon, he drew his Glock service automatic but left the safety on.Ahem.
Glocks do not have external manual safeties.
Research Fail, sir.