In christian opinion should churches have lightning rods?
No Even a casual crush makes a can unreadable to the automatic machines used in Michigan. Crushing them means you won't get your dime. Even peeling the labels off the bottles means you won't get paid there.
So, there are tons of designs that still use hammers. Many have been mentioned. The idea that hammer designs are inherently more complex or less safe or any of that is just smoke. Glock popularized the striker system and it has certain advantages in carry around getting snagged on stuff. People liked it, and started asking other manufacturers - why can't you make something like this? So, when Glock's patents started to run out that's exactly what lots of companies did. FN is a classic example where they offer a striker fired version of exactly the same pistol they have a hammer on. You could just as easily ask why so many companies make versions of that silly Glock trigger - because people like it an ask for it. Thinkingblade