Drawing once you're in the BG's crosshairs?
I recently started work with a new employer in a small business park. Everyone in my office is very cautious with safety and defense, since there have been multiple armed robberies (punk with a gun says "give me all your money") in the parking lots after dark and even on weekends. Boss keeps a gun in their office and unless I'm in a dress on a particular day, I have my LCP on me at all times. I feel pretty confident playing through scenarios in my head and have learned a lot in this forum and others, but I have one that I think I'd like some opinions on.
This question applies to more than just my potential office scenario, but for the sake of example; what happens in the event that I walk out the door after working late and have a gun in my face? I understand that no two situations are the same, but assuming;
1) I'm carrying a purse with the usual wallet/phone/etc. in it.
2) .380 is at about 10 o'clock IWB
3) The BG is calm, but assertive, and seemingly has his gun under control and ready to use
OR, just to hear two sides,
3) The BG is young, flighty, yelling, and has his gun pointed at me, but shaking and unstable
I have a lot of ways I've played it out but would really like to hear from you who are much more learned and experienced :smile:
**EDIT** Just to save people time - a few of you have taken the time to link me to Cornered Cat and FaliaPhotography's youtube videos for women's carry. Thank you SO much, while I was searching for my first holster I watched every one of Falia's videos and am a Cornered Cat subscriber, I love all of the info they both share.