I agree with the moral of the story. I have one of my own.
know to always
carry your weapon in a holster. The next lesson is to learn to always wear your gun belt.
Well, when i first started carrying, i had only learned the second lesson. My girlfriend (for some reason) needed to drop off her Kimber to my work. I didn't bring a 1911 holster with me to work...because i wasn't expecting to happen upon a gun in the middle of the day. I decided to just stick it in my waistband. i know...i know...BAD IDEA. Hey, i learn most things the hard way and this was no different.
I was sitting at my desk when i needed to use the restroom all of a sudden. I stood up, and that Kimber CDP II when straight down my pants. I let out a "OH!" and sat down very, very quickly. I looked around to see if anybody else noticed.....luckily no one did. I had to carefully and slowly work that 1911 all the way up my pants back to my waistband and tightened the heck out of my belt. The next day i brought my Wilson Combat holster.