I’ve been experimenting with carrying a smaller gun. The weather’s warming-up and my Glock 30SF prints like the New York Times. Which is to say somewhat, but not as much as it could. Anyway, I’ve been carrying my Glock in an outside the waistband DeSantis Speed Scabbard for well over a year. Day in, day out. Sunup to sundown (and beyond). So when I switched to pocket carrying a Smith & Wesson 642, my routine was broken. Lo and behold I was out and about when I suddenly realized I wasn’t packing heat. I’d left my Smith . . . in my safe. ‘Cause I live by the rule that a gun’s on your body or in a safe. Of course, if I didn’t follow that rule religiously, I might have, say, left my gun by the shower by mistake. Or some such thing. Do you know someone who—theoretically—left their gun somewhere by mistake?