In many situations, it has been established that pocket carry allows for the fastest presentation to bring in to action, under the right circumstances. And, most people will choose a relatively small gun, chambered in a lowered powered cartridge than their primary, because most people have a definitive preference for what they can tolerate in their pockets.
Usually, this “ program compliance” calls for about 15 ounces being the upper limit for serious pocket carry. This means small and around the 380 caliber.
On any given day, my edc will look like this, with a variation of the number of mags or the chosen “ primary sidearm”.
Which one is my real primary?
Well, I think it is how you define BUG, and the philosophy of use.
I no longer use the term BUG because of this, and I think that some thought should be put in to as why the idea of a “ BUG” is not really relevant.
Ill leave it open for discussion as to the reasons, thoughts and ideas.