Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day: Kevin Tarr

Kevin says this is his “typical work or casual EDC gear. We’re not sure where he carries the bourbon, but we’d be happy to tip a glass with him any time. See everything he’s carrying at Everyday Carry . . .

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  1. avatar Vhyrus says:

    ‘OMG alcohol plus guns’ screeching in 3…2….1…

    1. avatar Defens says:

      If a gun can withstand the chemical effects of relatively harsh bore solvents, etc., it can certainly handle the mild chemical properties of a bit of ethanol.

  2. avatar ActionPhysicalMan says:

    A friend with bourbon, is a friend for certain.?

    1. avatar BLoving says:

      Only if the selfish ba$tard will share. 😜

    2. avatar b725 says:

      Jim Beam is Tennessee whiskey, not Bourbon. I’ve had plenty of both, usually while reloading.

      1. avatar ActionPhysicalMan says:

        How am I supposed to rhyme that?! I couldn’t even do “bourbon”!

        1. avatar b725 says:

          A man with mash, should share his stash.

        2. avatar Frank says:

          A friend with bourbon…

          ..best get to servin’

          ..knows I’m deservin’

          ..won’t wear a turban.

          That’s all I got.

      2. avatar Erich says:

        Beam actually is Bourbon. It’s Jack Daniels that’s Tennessee.

      3. avatar Frank says:

        You are thinking of Jack Daniels. Jim Beam is Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. The Beam family has been making whiskey in Kentucky since the the late 1700’s. Besides the ‘house brand’, Beam Distilleries makes Knob Creek, Basil Hayden’s, Bookers, Bakers, and other premium bourbons.

  3. avatar Geoff PR says:

    Has anyone tried Beam’s ‘Devil’s Cut’?

    I think it’s the one where they put a dumped barrel under vacuum to suck out what’s soaked in the charcoal-wood inside the barrel…

    (I dunno about lugging a bottle around. A flask seems alot easier, logistically.)

    1. avatar Texheim says:

      It’s too sweet for me

  4. avatar CCDWGUY says:

    He uses the bourbon as a gun cleaner instead of Hoppe’s as it adds to the flavor to his next drink. Carrying bourbon unless it is in a separate locked container could be a violation of the law in several states, says someone who has no idea if that could be true.

    1. avatar b725 says:

      Yeah, and being “green” and recycling Bourbon bottles to drink tea out of while driving to work isn’t a good idea…er ah so I’ve been told.

  5. avatar Not a Pleasure says:

    Ew. He shops at KROGER. 😛

    😉

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