John, who works in law enforcement in my home town of St. Louis, says these are his “essentials for exploring a city with a less than favorable crime rate.” The FNS-9c is certainly a good choice. See all of his gear at Everyday Carry . . .

14 Responses to Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day: John

  1. Ha, the flask and knucks don’t surprise me, in fact I find it refreshingly honest . The lack of a badge wallet makes me wonder though .

  2. Pretty sure that if you’re found to have alcohol in your system after a DGU, you’re prob not going to be released uncharged.

    • “Pretty sure that if you’re found to have alcohol in your system after a DGU, you’re prob not going to be released uncharged.”

      It depends on the jurisdiction.

      The rules can vary from *any* alcohol present to as long as below the legal limit.

      None at all is your safest bet, so know your local laws…

    • Bwahahahahahaha….
      That brought a huge laugh and smile to my face. Had to go back and read that amazing piece of internet history. That thread created more funny internet gun lingo than any one place. You, Spartan357, have won the internet today with that reference.

  3. I don’t care about anything else but if he really does carry those knuckles there is nearly a zero percent chance he will ever have enough time to bring them to bear.

  4. More often than ever, I’m amazed of how presumptive people can be. If rope was included, would it imply an intention to hang someone. Of course not. That’s silly. Ever been pursued by an aggressive dog? Ever tried breaking a car window to rescue an occupant? It’s not the tool, it’s the user of the tool. And if any tool user uses his tool to be a tool, then he’ll be dealt with like a tool.

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