If we had a dollar for every time we’ve seen a GLOCK 43 in a pocket dump, we could buy another GLOCK 43. See what makes up David’s EDC gear at Everyday Carry . . .

14 Responses to Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day: David Sproles

  1. No filed notes? No trauma kit? No 3 days worth of power bars? No 6 knives? No……. . Phoney pocket dump. It would actually fit in your pockets.

    Maybe you didn’t get the memo………

  2. Oh, another Glock? With the amount of Glocks in the EDC dumps you’d wonder how any other gun manufacturer stays in business.

  3. Two hundred and fifty bucks for a 2.4 inch switchblade?

    I don’t care how sharp it is, or how long it holds an edge. That’s too freaking much for a pocketknife.

    • 3.5″ blade…you were lookin at the smaller line. Also, its $250 for a REAL out-the -front made in the U.S. by hand with a lifetime warranty (including sharpening) so, really, its priced pretty fairly seems how gerber gets well over $100 for a multi tool.

      • I prefer leatherman myself and usually a $30 range multitool has everything a man could want on a day to day basis. Its not like we are EoD tacikewel operators or anything.

        The last expensive multitool I bought was stolen by an SOI instructor at west.
        The most expensive knife I bought CRKT ultima, was a dull piece of crap and I ended up giving it away to a Haji.

        Just about every swinging dick had a benchmade or a swifttech or some other stupid expensive or stupid big MRE opener.

        I’ll stick to cheap. I still carry around my little leatherman squirt. Yeah, its called a squirt. its small.

    • I’m perfectly happy with a Leatherman Skeletool CX. Sharp one hand opening knife, pliers, bottle opener, Philips and flathead screwdriver, wire cutters, belt clip, and light weight, all for less than a hundred bucks. Sometimes it’s nice to be able to do more than slice things.

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