So I don't know about you guys, but when I'm out of the house, the only guns that're out of the safes are my #sidearm and my #backupgun.
However, when I'm back at home I don't normally carry a piece on my person (I know all of you tacbrats are gonna come after me saying, "OH YOU HAVE TO CARRY IN YOUR HOME WHAT IF SOMEONE'S BROKEN IN?!"). Well, you know what? You're right. What will I do? I don't have a piece on me, and I'm moving about. What do I do then?
First. I have a very.. specific skill set. One that makes me not worry about my safety if I should not have a piece on me, but rather about the perpetrator.
Second, most of the time, I'll be in bed. Working on my laptop, watching series, or cleaning or even sleeping. When I get home, my service piece is in it's holster, on my bedside table and my backup gun is in between the sheets so if I am too slow or if I feel I have to, I can slyly pull my gun from under the sheets.
Third, if I feel like I have to eat or anything, I'll just clip on my ankle holster in my sweats (if you're eating, you're probably sitting down). So you see, I do carry, but when I wanna feel comfortable, I will.
With a 380 in between my sheets.