Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Depot msa

Depot msa's EDC gear starts with a GLOCK 17.

Who says your EDC gear can’t change to accommodate your mood? Depot msa’s GLOCK 17 carried in a Zulu Bravo IWB holster constitutes his “simple everyday carry,” when “I’m really feeling the gray and black.” See all of it at Everyday Carry . . .

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  1. avatar Stereodude says:

    Who EDCs an old school P&S 35mm film camera? Is it a secret carrier for something else with the insides gutted?

    1. avatar RocketScientist says:

      Check out the RayBan Wayfarers. Old-school obsolete analog 90s technology + RayBan Wayfarers? That can mean only one thing…. hipster.

      1. avatar Stereodude says:

        There’s no mustache wax though. 😉

        1. avatar knightofbob says:

          There is a beard comb, though.

  2. avatar MyName says:

    Dat Benchmade tho.

    O.k., full disclosure, same blade I carry.

  3. avatar Slow Joe Crow says:

    The camera is an odd choice since an Olympus XA rangefinder offers equal performance in a more pocketable form. I could see carrying a film camera every day if he’s a serious photographer, since people used to do that before good quality smartphone cameras.
    The Glock 17 seems a bit much to carry iwb, instead of a G19.

    Also in the name of John Moses Browning fix the mobile view of the site so you can actually select text boxes without jumping around.

    1. avatar MyName says:

      Another possible reason: He is using his digital camera to take the picture and tossed ye olde nikon in as a placeholder.

    2. avatar James in MO says:

      I carry a G17 in a crossbreed supertuck IWB. I wouldn’t want just one belt clip though

    3. avatar Stereodude says:

      > “I could see carrying a film camera every day if he’s a serious photographer, since people used to do that before good quality smartphone cameras.”

      A serious photographer these days would be carrying a Sony RX100 or a similar large-ish sensor high end P&S or perhaps a Sony NEX with a pancake lens.

      1. avatar Setarip says:

        It all depends on what film he carries. Kodak tmax 100 or even Tri-x 400 is a film that few digitals can match if you’re going for that “look”. Also, that Nikon is significantly cheaper than any high end digital.

        1. avatar What About Bob says:

          Do they still make Tri-X?

          Smelling fixer in my mind….

  4. avatar Curtis in IL says:

    If it weren’t for all the money he spends on film and processing, he could probably afford a Walther.

    1. avatar Geoff PR says:

      “If it weren’t for all the money he spends on film and processing,”

      Preach it.

      If you can even find local processing, nowadays. The only person I know locally who still shoots 35mm film only uses it for slides. The one medium-format guy I know shoots B&W for portraits.

      And analog (recorded) audio has finally fallen to high-bitrate digital…

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