For those of us that choose to carry a firearm daily, do you worry more about comfort or capacity? I carried a Sig 938 for years. It was comfortable with any clothes I wore, it fit into my HPG Snubby kit bag without issue, but it lacked capacity and I was not nearly as accurate with it as I was with a full size. I now have a S&W M&P 2.0 compact, same size as a glock 19, that I carry as a primary and is also my home defense weapon. The thing is, it's way heavier. Lately, I've found myself carrying my wife's Sig 238 due to ease of carry. I guess I see three different situations for carry that may change things. 1) In town CCW, I often carry the 238. Comfort and conceal-ability are my primary concerns. But then I also have that what-if thought. What if .380 isn't enough. What if I need more than those 7 rounds? But, it's better to have a gun than no gun... 2) Hiking trails near town, I often carry my M&P. Coyotes have been really prevalent and have attacked dogs. I carry my M&P with the thoughts of maybe encountering a pack of coyotes, or a 2 legged predator. Would the .380 be sufficient in this situation? Having half the weight in the chest pack really does make a difference. 3) Deep woods, back-country. I always carry the M&P. Hard cast ammo if in bear country. I feel like this is the best option from what I have. What I've wondered, is would a snubby 357 fill in more voids here? Would that be lighter, easier to carry, and more lethal? Just wanted to hash this out and see what others thought. What are the factors you consider with carry?