A number of years ago my Ruger LC9s became my every day carry. I love the trigger on that little gun and seem to be able to shoot it reasonably well. But then I got caught up in the Glock thing, and bought a Glock 26, a pistol I really like and was carrying it in a OWB holster as my daily carry for a few years. But I never fully got used to the thickness of the gun, and found that pocket carry just didn't work out as it had with the LC9s. Then for awhile I would just slip a S&W 642 in my pocket, in a pocket holster and the ease of that was amazing, as was the light weight of the gun. But the limitation of 5 rounds bothered me, and without a laser sight I could not hit what I was aiming at if more than 3 yarfs away. I rationalized to myself and most self defense scenarios involve 3 or less rounds fired, often none fired, and that they take place within 2 yards. But I never fully convinced myself, and while I still grab the 642 once in awhile, I find that the LC9s has now resumed its place as the gun that I pick up along with my keys, phone, wallet, pocket knife and watch when I get dressed in the morning. I might sell the Glock as I now never carry it at all.