Working a temp gig picking orders in a warehouse for the Christmas season. First day of orientation, the guy in charge says that we're not allowed to have firearms locked in our cars in the company parking lot.
Seeing as the great State of Minnesota has a law that specifically says, more or less, "can too," I decided "F that." I'm currently carrying my Ruger SR9C in a Sticky brand friction holster at around 5 o'clock, except when I'm driving, at which time I wedge the gun and holster into the gap between the passenger seat and the center console. When I get to work, I park a little farther out than strictly necessary and put the holstered pistol and spare mag in a little black nylon pack that I had sitting around and transfer it to my locked trunk.
When the night is over (I clock out at 2 AM), I retrieve the bag, get in the car and start it up after locking the doors, and while the windows are still fogged/frosty, I transfer the holstered pistol to the aforementioned spot and the spare mag to my coat pocket.
If I need to stop at, say, Wal-Mart on my way home, I again try to park in relative privacy, tilt my seat all the way back and transfer holstered pistol to the inside of my waistband and go in the store. When I'm back in the car and ready to head home, I put it back between the passenger seat and the center console.
Thoughts? I've only been carrying about six weeks or so, and I'm trying to figure out the best way to carry while I do the other things I have to do.