I purchased a Sig Sauer P238 380 Cal. and would like to know how's the best way to carry it loaded? I read - CONDITION ONE - is "cocked and locked." Magazine & chamber are loaded, the hammer is cocked & thumb safety ON. To shot the pistol, just push the safety down to the "FIRE" position and pull the trigger. They say the firing pin has a block in case of drop and will not fire unless you pull the trigger. (CONDITION TWO - is fully loaded (both magazine and chamber) with hammer down on the loaded chamber. The thumb safety is always OFF, but the rebounding firing pin does not touch the primer and the firing pin safety prevents its doing so, even if the pistol is dropped. To shoot the pistol, manually cock the hammer and pull the trigger. There is a half-cock notch to catch the hammer if it slips, as long as the trigger is not pulled at the time. - CONDITION THREE - is loaded magazine, but empty chamber. Thumb safety is always OFF. To shoot pistol slide must first be racked to chamber a cartridge, then pull trigger. What do you think is the best way to carry?