Lately one combination I've been carrying a lot is the Glock 26 in an Alessi ankle rig, and a PM9 in a Milt Sparks pocket holster (front pocket). Then, the only choice I need to make is which one to carry a spare mag for (usually a G 19 mag in a DeSantis Mag Packer in the off side front pocket- either that or two PM9 mags in a WRB holder, same pocket).The only downside to pocket carry is when seated in the driver's seat with the seat belt buckled; impossible to get at it if it is in the right side front pocket.
I don't use an ankle holster, but I can see some real advantage to carrying two guns. Assuming right handed shooter, one in ankle on left leg that is readily accessible while seated (especially in the car) and the other in rt front pocket.
For the climate where I live and my body build, I just don't see an alternative to pocket carry.
I think pocket carry and IWB (tucked or untucked) are all about the same draw time (overall, however some people find they are faster with one method over the others).Do you think it's better or worse than IWB tucked?...
This is a definite advantage. While my main method of carry is IWB, I occasionally pocket carry due to style of dress and in a questionable situation, there's something very comforting about having your hand wrapped around that grip and nobody knows............The main reason I love pocket carry is the ability to casually put your hand in pocket on the gun. If it's just another false alarm, your just walking with your hand in your pocket.