Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Dave E

Dave E's EDC including a GLOCK 43

If you’re wondering how Dave totes all of that, he says it, “all packs down and is carried along with other essential items in my Maxpedition Fatboy Versapack or on my person.” Check out all the details at Everyday Carry . . .

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  1. avatar Kevin says:

    “Corporate Security” Age 16

    ???????

    1. avatar Bob says:

      In which state can you own a handgun at 16?

  2. avatar Bob says:

    Rats tourniquet is garbage.
    CAT is much more reliable.

    Stop The Bleed.

    http://stopthebleedtoday.com/

    1. avatar BLoving says:

      I’m buying one anyway.
      Is a CATS better? Yes.
      Would I carry a CATS? Sometimes, but not always – too bulky.
      Will I carry a RATS? Yup. No excuse not to.

      Beats the absolute crap out of trying to use a belt.

      1. avatar Logan says:

        Its already attached to an IFAK, by itself yeah I can see a rats being easier to deal with but when you already have it packed onto a kit a CAT or SOF-T doesn’t increase bulk that much at all, especially when flat packed. Not to mention the RATS has been proven in studies to not provide the occlusion necessary to seal off a full major arterial bleed.

      2. avatar bob says:

        What Logan said.

        But yes, its better than a belt, but VERY marginally.
        I’ve tried the CAT ones on Ebay for $7, work great, pack easy.

    2. avatar ai338 says:

      Rofl. Only when they’re used incorrectly. Just like all the other tq’s on the market.

  3. avatar Specialist38 says:

    Looks like he works security at Maxpedition. Ha.

  4. avatar Capt. Douchalotte says:

    Remove disposable-douche before flight.

  5. avatar Ansel Hazen says:

    I’d say someone at Maxpedition was clever enough to troll Everyday Carry for free advertising.

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