Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Gregory

Another true pocket gun. Not to mention a neck knife. See Gregory’s gear at Everyday Carry . . .

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  1. avatar former water walker says:

    Wow a Keltec. I couldn’t get rid of mine fast enough…

  2. avatar JoeArpeggio says:

    please buy a real handgun ASAP, thank you.

    1. And a cell phone that was made sometime after George W. Bush left office.

    2. avatar pcb_duffer says:

      It’s certainly better than harsh words. And I still carry a clamshell type cell phone. I use it, shockingly, for phone calls. I have no interest in pretending it’s a telegraph machine, or watching movies, etc

    3. avatar Robert says:

      It’s a hell of a lot more reasonable and logical than the dudes carrying a G19 with 45 rounds of ammo everywhere.

  3. avatar Geoff PR says:

    ‘Tap strips’, or tape strips?

  4. avatar Leighton Cash says:

    No one cares about these pocket dump posts. Publish real content instead of these filler posts!

    1. avatar Veteran says:

      Relax.
      I personally like seeing what people carry daily.
      You are free not to read these articles.

      1. avatar SouthAl says:

        ++
        The site won’t run out of space.

    2. avatar Alan Esworthy says:

      No one cares about these pocket dump posts.

      You’re wrong, but don’t worry: No one cares that you don’t like them.

  5. avatar strych9 says:

    Not to knock anything here based solely on price but when your sunglasses sell on Amazon for considerably more than half of what your piece sells for on GunBroker…. well, you may have some asymmetry that you might want to consider correcting.

    1. avatar Frank in VA says:

      I can’t say you’re wrong, but here’s my counter argument just for the hell of it: I don’t know how good that Kel-Tec model is these days (maybe it runs like a clock), but I can’t think of any high-end pistols in that format that can really compare on weight and size. The expensive semi-auto pocket pistols tend to be bigger and heavier. The LCP might be a step up, but not a huge bump in price. That format tends to be dominated by low cost pistols. Plus, for style points, nobody is gonna see your budget pistol in your pocket, but they’ll damn sure see your gas station sunglasses if you go that route.

    2. avatar Hannibal says:

      Yeah but to be fair, more people see the sunglasses and they probably get a lot more use.

  6. avatar TheOtherDavid says:

    I sympathize with the click bait fatigue these daily dumps can bring (“Wow! Look everyone! Another Glock 19!!!”) but every once in a while a neat bit of kit shows up that I haven’t seen before.

    1. avatar former water walker says:

      I usually just glance at the dump. I’ve seen far worse than THIS 🙂

      1. avatar Warren says:

        The kidnapper kit comes to mind.

  7. avatar DrewR says:

    Ankle carry, when you absolutely, positively have to get to your gun 20 to 30 seconds from now.

    1. avatar Frank in VA says:

      Thats a valid criticism. If you can’t fit that Kel-Tec in your pocket, you must be wearing yoga pants.

    2. avatar Hannibal says:

      They’re pretty useful if you’re sitting down

      1. avatar DrewR says:

        Fair enough. Unless you’re wearing plum smugglers it still doesn’t trump a pocket holster, in my opinion.

    3. avatar Joel says:

      Ankle carry beats car carry, when you absolutely need a gun two or three minutes from now….

      When I ankle carry, (which is rare) it’s instead of leaving my piece in the car. Or at home. And in blue jeans, I have been made pocket carrying. Ankle carry is as concealed as concealed can be.

  8. avatar Frank in VA says:

    I respect his choice of an eminently-droppable old school ruggedized flip phone. I just got my first smart phone six months ago, after 20+ years of flip phones. Prior to that I had a flip phone that had been dropped enough times over a few years to destroy several smart phones, and it still worked like a charm. I’ve had flip phones that survived a trip through the washing machine in a pants pocket, after a careful drying. In the end, I relented due to the flood of social media files I kept getting that mine old unsmart phone couldn’t open, and would occasionally choke on while trying.

    Now I’m a convert. I couldn’t go back. Still, I raise my glass to the hold-outs.

  9. avatar Joe in San Antonio says:

    That looks like the p 3at which is as big as I would ever want to ankle carry, my question, with no disrespect meant, is where is wearing a neck knife appropriate but you have to deep conceal in an ankle holster?

    1. avatar former water walker says:

      I guess…how hard is pocket carrying a P3at?!?

  10. avatar Cucamonga Jeff says:

    It’s like a pocket dump from 2001 with that clamshell phone. The days when phones just made phone calls and an occasional text.

  11. avatar Gary says:

    I still carry a P32 with the Buffalo Bore +P 75 gr. hardcast flat point. How quickly most folk forget the long waiting list of a worthy back up piece. I carry it in a pocket holster and forget sometimes it is in there.

    1. avatar DrewR says:

      I used to carry one of those, but the last time I took it to the range it had a catastrophic malfunction. It looks like the trigger broke, a piece of it jammed the slide open slightly, it fired out of battery and stretched the frame rails. I bought it used, so the warranty won’t cover it.

      If you need a couple spare mags, let me know. I also have a crimson trace for it I’ll sell somebody for cheap.

  12. avatar Larry says:

    I have sunglasses that cost more then many good guns, shoes too, and watches that cost more the then the average gun owners whole collection, my pocket knife of the day generally costs more then a Glock ( well I pay blue label prices). Not sure I get your point .

  13. avatar chris says:

    That’s a cool kit. Wish it was legal. I want one. Alas, I live in California.

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