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Now there’s something you don’t see every day. No, not the Stoeger pistol. We mean an EDC compliment you can carry show in one hand. See all four of Taylor’s Everyday Carry essentials below . . 

  1. Cree mini flashlight 
  2. Ka-bar Gila 
  3. Vanquest Husky EDCM with thin blue line patch 
  4. Stoeger Cougar 9mm

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12 Responses to Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day: Taylor R.

  1. They must live in one of the constitution carry states, along with the constitution driving states, or he doesn’t drive, or have need for any ID, money/credit cards, cell phone, keys of any sort, etc.

  2. This I believe less then the ones where they have tons of stuff. The website is called Everyday Carry, not pocket dump. I carried a Stoeger when I first got my carry permit (it was my only handgun at the time), within two weeks I bought another gun because the Stoeger is very wide and an all around pain in the butt to carry.

    • Everyday Carry means the stuff people carry with them everyday. Not necessarily firearms, but may be included. So it is meant to be a pocket dump, not just a show of what people are packing.

  3. Those CREE generic lights are a steal on Amazon. $3-4ea, so you can stash a few in vehicles, around the house, etc. When the power goes out, you’re a few steps away from regaining sanity.

    • I’ve had a different experience with those cree lights (aka sipik sk68 or cree xpe). I bought one and after having it for 3 weeks, I bought 4 more. Then the clicky broke on the first one after it hit the 1 month mark. Three of the four others broke within 2 weeks. I think they’re junk.

      • You get what you pay for, I guess. Keeping one or two squirreled around the house for when the power goes out is not a bad idea, as long as you have a decent primary light

    • I’ve got a bought six of those flashlights. Never a problem with any of them. They were a few bucks more when I bought them though. 🙁

  4. I was going to applaud this minimalist approach, but…

    That Vanquest EDCM-HUSKY Maximizer is 6″ x 8″ x 2″.
    Good luck finding a pocket for that.

  5. Amateur hour here. No field notes or tactical pen. Not even a brown tactical anal baton. Are you even an operator?

  6. I carried a stoeger for a few years aiwb. Its wide and heavy. Nice thing about that is everything actually designed for carry felt heavenly afterwards.

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