Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Robert Slusher

Buckeye Robert goes for comfort and concealablity with his LC9s in that Alien Gear rig. See everything he carries at Everyday Carry . . .

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  1. avatar Ryan says:

    Do people really not carry extra magazines or do they just not show it in their gear checks??

    1. avatar strych9 says:

      With all the complaining about “too much stuff” and how much a larger sized pistol weighs… I would guess that most people don’t carry a spare mag. It’s “too heavy” and it’s “stuff”.

  2. avatar strych9 says:

    That’s a large holster for a small gun.

    1. avatar Robb says:

      Seems to be a common theme over at EDC recently.

      G26 in a similar holster posted last week.

      I personally don’t get it. I tote a G19 in a single clip Hopp Custom holster, at appendix position, with a gut and in Tx heat/humidity without issue. I see no benefit to adding a giant piece of leather/neoprene to the equation.

      1. avatar EmptyJay says:

        I have the same pistol and holster. I mostly pocket carry, but wanted to also try IWB. Honestly, I don’t like the Alien Gear holster. It chafes and irritates within a couple of hours.

      2. avatar Sian says:

        My holster is big but it’s a StealthGear ventcore so it’s actually more comfortable than my pants.

      3. avatar strych9 says:

        My EDC holster is probably about the same size (Black Arch Ace1 Gen 2) but I carry a full sized USP in it.

    2. avatar Chad says:

      Yeah, I ordered an aliengear for my Sig P238, WAY too big so just swapped the base backing for my 1911 commander…

  3. avatar Tim says:

    Oh, sweet, merciful Crom……”field notes”…….

    Is that where you document hourly, summertime sexual conquests?

  4. avatar Gaston's love child says:

    This seems nerdy.

  5. avatar ad says:

    wtf is a nook?

    1. avatar Gaston's love child says:

      It’s like a fleshlight only different.

    2. avatar FedUp says:

      Barnes and Noble’s answer to the Kindle.
      Or was the Kindle Amazon’s answer to the Nook?

      1. avatar PeterZ in West Tennessee says:

        Kindle was first.

  6. avatar Hoth says:

    An Otter Box with nothing in it? Why?

    1. avatar Rokurota says:

      OpSec. The less the public knows, the better.

    2. avatar strych9 says:

      I’d guess he used the phone to take the picture.

  7. avatar Larry says:

    As for For field notes , well some folks work in the field and need a slim yet durable pad. Police , fire and ems , write down PT info , year make model and vin numbers , lunch orders the list is endless. Then there are others who work outdoors , from park rangers to surveyors and have a need for it. Add in a number of tradesmen who get tired of adding numbers , making sketches, and material lists on a wall or torn off piece of a box . This guy is a crane operator , perhaps he sketches skylines…. Who knows and I puzzle at why anyone would care .

    Field notes of course started with farmers, they were premiums from seed and fertilizer companies . My wife’s from a farm family and i see a pad and pencil in most of their shirt pockets still today .

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