Wow 2.5 minutes of not relevance. And no I'm not going to another forum to read the issue there... which is why I'm reading it HERE
I have to agree with biggun on this. This is NOT an issue if you make sure to disassemble your firearm UNLOADED. Which, I think, is how you are supposed to do it... just like a Glock!
This is NOT an accidental discharge condition. There is no way to force a properly assembled, properly functioning firearm to malfunction into an accidental discharge by forcing the safety into a vertical position like that. If your top cover is not to spec and doesn't catch the safety then you have other considerations. But I digress.
And who removes the safety without first setting the hammer to the "fired" position during disassembly? Let's see... remove carrier, release hammer, remove safety. Anyone who has been around AK's long enough has "AK thumb" due to accidentally snapping their finger by that hammer and will know by pain alone not to do that! This appears to me as well to be an answer looking for a question.