Case in point. Dutch's input regarding the peak bag immediately brings to mind how that would be fine for a "frame heavy" firearm, because the weight generally falls "backwards" from centerline. Knowing a .38 special revolver is most often "center - front heavy", that method of storage is probably on the "unsafe" end of the spectrum...as it pertains to hammocking and storage within said hammock.
Most .40 cal's small framed pistols are also extremely "frame heavy" due to the magazine to frame weight ratio. I have a shallow ridgeline organizer. This is most definitely a BAD way to store my particular firearms, as they tend to fall over and out of the pockets...which makes for a serious and potentially dangerous situation for myself and others.
I think we need to be a little more open minded about how topic issues both directly and indirectly relate to hammocking...especially where personal and public safety are prime considerations. Perhaps it's best to let the forum members have some latitude in self-moderating and determining what IS and IS NOT relevant. It seems to work well here...vis-a-vis "What Would Google Do".