It’s good to see a Brit acclimating to our Texas ways so well. We just wonder how he carries that axe. See all his gear at Everyday Carry . . .
That Brits got some f-ing huge pockets…
Love that Redhawk action you got going.
I have a good idea how he carries the tomahawk, my question is why it’s being carried.
Retired and spend a lot of time in the bush?
Good choice on the folder.
“I have a good idea how he carries the tomahawk, my question is why it’s being carried.”
Perhaps he liked the movie ‘Braveheart’ just a *little* to much? 😉
Maybe he just believes in FRRRREEEEEEEEEDDDDDDDOOOOOOMMMMMMM?
The final battle of The Patriot where Mel Gibson dual-wields tomahawk and flintlock!
Heya, he’s probably rollin like Mick Dundee….
“That’s not a knife………THIS is a knife!”
Turd beat me too it! This comment wins the day
Wow. I think you got a wee bit over-acclimatized, wot wot?
There does not appear to be any carry wear on that revolver or its stocks
Yup. This is B.S.
“We just wonder how he carries that axe.”
Revolver in one hand, axe in the other.
How does he go anywhere or call anybody? I’m all for being a minimalist, but two speed reloads and no car keys or cell phone?
Teasing. Still a nice gun.
Can’t beat a tease!! It seems everyone carries car keys, a phone, wallet etc. To me they’re not interesting, there’s lint in my pocket but I didn’t feel the need to include that also!!!!
Looks like the tomahawk gets some use… I’d love to get a Redhawk like that for myself.
I mean, if you’re clearing hiking trails of clearing bush it makes sense…
Well, yeah, you could clear brush with a .44 magnum but I think a machete would be more effective. …
Two speed loaders for a revolver seems pretty optimistic.
He could have at least showed what holster he uses for that Redhawk. That would answer a lot of questions. And whatever he uses to carry those giant speedloaders.
You don’t wanna Mexican carry a gun like that!
Oh, hey, at the link, there’s an invisible Galco D.A.O Dual Action Outdoorsman holster!
Do you spend a lot of time outdoors in rural areas?
Boris ‘The Blade’ Yurinov: [referring to Tommy’s gun] Heavy is good, heavy is reliable. If it doesn’t work you can always hit them with it.
Thanks all for the comments.
I have to admit, I did this a little bit for sh*ts & giggles, if we can’t have a little fun, then what are we here for! Anyway, in all seriousness….
The Redhawk is my favorite gun, and .44 Magnum is a blast! I do not carry it daily but would if I was out hiking in the wilderness, oh, and I do not have a holster but have the Galco ordered, hence the ‘ghost’ appearance….
The axe was just a way to get attention, but, it is handy for clearing brush etc, I do use it for trimming palm tree leaves…..
My normal carry has been a P938 but I have picked up a Bodyguard M&P .380 for easy pocket carry. The problem is that POS has been at S&W for 3 months getting its mag release catch fixed, not happy with their QC. First and last S&W I think….
To finish, I love this country and am the most ardent Constitution fan ever, not all Brits are commie socialists!!
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