My first handgun was the LCP so that I would never have any excuse not to carry. But the job I got recently is causing me some problems.
I work at a car dealership in the detail department. The major problem I have is that if I had to draw I would have to clear a jacket, hoodie, tucked in uniform shirt, and then get my hand on the very small grip of the lcp. So I was hoping for some ideas on other carry methods that would be a quicker draw. Below are some of my thoughts on different methods.
Ankle carry: Indoor pressure washer running for a few hours a day concerns me. (the gun getting wet/ moisture in the air causing rust?)
Pocket carry: At the peak I can wash more than 50-60 cars a day. Getting in and out of vehicles seems to be the optimum time for the handgun to fall out.
Belly band: I cannot come up with any advantages over IWB
OWB: The heating in the shop is good, so when I am not freezing in the 14 degrees outside I am shedding layers inside. Paired with a lot of bending over while doing details I feel like the gun would inevitably show from under any cover garment.
I feel like I am doomed to a slow draw. Any thoughts to steer me in the right direction?