It appears that Ron hasn’t overlooked much with his EDC choices. See what he’s carrying at Everyday Carry . . .
If I carried that much in my pockets, my pants would fall down!
How on earth do people carry so much gear? Cargo shorts?
I’ll take “A belt” for $500, Alex.
A fellah could have a pretty good weekend in Vegas with all that stuff…
Well, a lot of that nests inside other things: pistol goes in holster, mags go in carrier, card tool goes in wallet, etc.
Not gonna knock the Springfield choice – not because I’m not disappointed in them still… just assuming either
A. He owned it before Springfield sold us out.
B. He bought it after they sold us out at a deep discount.
C. He doesn’t care they sold us out and simply acknowledges that it’s still a good quality gun.
Two extra mags, tactical flashlight and uber-tactical pen?
I just can’t believe there’s no ‘field notes’.
Don’t see people carrying P38s very often.
That Buck Folding Hunter was so cool…in 1970. And still just as un-tactical.
I’ll take practical and useful over tactical and cool any day.
The Buck 110 folder is also my EDC. It IS cool. It doesn’t have to be “tactical” to be cool. The wood grain is gorgeous, and it’s sharp as heck. It also has smooth edges so it doesn’t catch on pockets.
Egads, a post that shows the holster!
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