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LCP in Pocket
Glock 23 off body in bag with holster
An LCP in hand beats two Glocks locked in a briefcase.
Ask your boss how they carry. I am sure you can get a few suggestions from those in the office. If you're your own boss, then don't worry about it.
I wouldn't do either.
My experience with Elsie Pea left me disappointed and doubtful. If I must pocket carry, 'twill be a j-frame.
But really, there are not very many situations, or dress codes, that would not permit on-body carry of a G23.
Trust in God and keep your powder dry
"A heavily armed citizenry is not about overthrowing the government; it is about preventing the government from overthrowing liberty. A people stripped of their right of self defense is defenseless against their own government." -source
I have had nothing but good experience with my Ruger LCP. Accurate, 100% reliable, easy for me to shoot in rapid fire. In fact, I seem to get better accuracy in rapid fire as opposed to slow, deliberate aimed fire.
You're not going to get 14 - 16 inches of penetration in ballistic gelatin, but as we all know, no single factor determines a bullets performance in stopping bad guys. I've seen plenty of people stopped with a single .380 round.
For deep concealment when you really can't afford to be outed, the LCP is an acceptable choice in my opinion. It's small, lightweight, almost invisible, accurate and reliable. Your mileage may vary.
"The gun is the great equalizer... For it is the gun, that allows the meek to repel the monsters; Whom are bigger, stronger and without conscience, prey on those who without one, would surely perish."
One in the hand is worth two in the bush
One in the pocket is worth two in the bag
"No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms."*
"The Constitution shall never be construed ... to prevent the people of the United States who are peaceable citizens from keeping their own arms."**
I'd go pocket carry if that's an option.