I've always carried ankle, mostly as back-up, but sometimes as primary. Since my only footwear is boots, it's an excellent way for true 100% concealment and still relatively easy to get too, especially with practice. I don't expect to be in any quick-draw situations, but never know for sure. About the only time ankle carry is for primary is for when I'm in church, and then sitting down most of the time, so real easy to get to. My old holster lasted about 30 years (have no idea what brand, but sure was good). Now, have a new Galco, and it's OK except for being a little hot on a 95+ degree day. If anyone knows of a "cooler" brand, let me know.
I guess you would be a very prepared person then haha. One might argue that two guns is a little crazy for every day carry. I do not do it but it's better to have overkill!
I carry my S&W Bodyguard and or a Taurus model .38 in a ankle or pocket holster as a back up to my Sig P226R or my RIA 1911CS.
I normally carry 2-3 handguns daily. Never know when I am going to have to arm my wife or one of my kids if I have to draw off some bad guys. Plus if 1 fails I have a back up.Call me crazy be it is best to be prepared.