I also believe the back lock is the best lock. If done right they are stronger than other locks, easier to manipulate under duress, easier to use with gloves on (as has been demonstrated...and a compression lock is not good at all in this regard), fully ambidextrous, safer, does not rely upon a detent, has a bias towards close, and a lot of other things I could think of, all assuming it is a quality made lock.
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