Bret works construction. So you’d guess he knows a thing or two about the importance of tools that work. Hence the choice of the GLOCK 23. Check out the other tools he carries at Everyday Carry . . .

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7 Responses to Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Bret Codebo

    • I admit I carry one. For work, I often enter a secure building where I cannot carry guns, knives, mace, or obvious blunt weapons. I can, however, carry a pen. An aluminum shaft with a point is better than a plastic, easily breakable tube.

    • It’s best to keep your unholstered Glock in the same pocket you keep your knives and tactical pen in. That way they keep your Glock centered and in the right spot for a quick draw.

      Anybody ever questions you on that just tell them an internet expert advised you. They’ll be impressed.

  1. I get having a little note pad and pen in the car. I mean it’s not a bad idea to EDC it. I’ve never needed it but I’ve also technically never needed my carry gun either.

    I suppose with this logic you could carry and unlimited amount of stuff or nothing at all. I do enjoy seeing what others carry though.

  2. For EDC, does the pen and notebook need to look tactical also? I never see a Bic ballpoint or a yellow #2?

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