It's cooling off outside and I've been able to carry the full-size 1911 with ease. I think many of you can probably relate to this benefit. A correlative problem with this is that extra cover garments means more "stuff" between your hand and your gun if you were to need it. I usually (90% of the time) carry a BUG on my ankle, but I've been thinking about moving it around. When walking around in the cold, it's nice to have your hands in those warm coat pockets, but that's yet another step between your hand and your gun. Unless... I'm curious if anybody carries a small gun in their jacket pocket, if so, how? I was considering carrying my J-frame there, possibly by sewing a cheap Uncle Mike's pocket holster in there to keep it upright. I've also been walking around the house with a PM9 crossdraw IWB, but it's hard to argue the benefit of pocket carry. The quickest draw is certainly the type in which you don't even have to "draw" and can already have your hand on your gun without being obvious. Hell, with a revolver, you could just shoot through your coat if you had to. Anything else pertaining to carrying in the winter would be of interest.