Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day: Jeff Moline

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Most everyday carriers opt for something small and easily concealed. Not Jeff Moline, whose gat of choice is the full-size GLOCK 17 Gen3 (which he totes in a Corso Concealment AIWB rig). See the rest of his daily complement at Everyday Carry.

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  1. avatar David B says:

    Not to be nitpicky, but is North Face really worth the extra money? I’ve felt their stuff and it seems like they put their money into marketing vs. materials. If I’m wrong, tell me. I really want to know. What’s a cheaper alternative?

    1. avatar Tile floor says:

      A lot of times you can get their stuff at the outlets for a more reasonable price. I paid 18 bucks for a hoodie a few months ago.

    2. avatar Cameron b says:

      Agreed I get most of it from the outlets or last seasons price drops. The Denali and other jackets are great (can’t compare them to much besides champion) and the 65l pack I have is fine for my occasional use.

  2. avatar RenegadeDave says:

    What an odd looking boomerang.

  3. avatar Anonymous says:

    I miss “The South Butt.”

  4. avatar Alphonse says:

    Whoa, an aristocrat. I just EDC a Jiminez JA32 with 4 cartridges, a paint-scraper blade, bic lighter, some steel wool and a roll of $20’s.

    (kidding)

  5. avatar 38Specialist says:

    Minimalist approach except for size. I cannot comfortably carry a full-size pistol. The Glock is especially tough with the way the grip protrudes past the back of the slide.

    I favor the Griptillian as well.

    Kudos to you.

  6. avatar Jason says:

    I never knew so many people carried their wristwatches in their pockets.

    1. avatar Hannibal says:

      so do you think he carries that gun and ammo in a pocket?

  7. avatar RockOnHellChild says:

    It’s appears that G17 is unloaded…

    So, did you list it under paperweight?

    ?

  8. avatar joe3 says:

    “where it has been said, that two Cane Corsos were near Ceaser’s side at all times.”

    /except on the Ides of March.

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