I carry 90% of the time I'm at home.. I'm not an FFDO however, the FAA/TSA put too many ridiculous restrictions to make carrying while on the job [in the cockpit] practical.
A Michigan CPL is fairly easy to apply for and get.. the state has to prove a reason to NOT issue the permit..
Plus, the state likes the revenue from the permits..
But, like anything with deadly consequenses.. carrying a firearm comes with some significant responsibilities..
One state police officer when at my home for a vandalism incident asked me if I had a CPL, I replied yes.. she asked if I was
carrying at the time, I replied NO.. she asked why.. I replied, 'cause I'm talking to a state police officer on my own property..
She didn't like my answer.. she told me, I'd like to see you carry all the time you are legally able to. Even when you walk to the
end of the driveway to get your mail.. you don't ever know where a potential deadly threat may come from.. a sobering thought huh?