Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Smoov_Operator

GLOCK 22 and an extra magazine edc concealed carry

Smoov says this this is the gear he takes with him on a snowy day trip to the movies. He says he, “Drove 30 miles to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Got stuck behind the snow plow crew, but it was worth it. Awesome movie.” See all the details at Everyday Carry . . .

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  1. avatar Kevin says:

    Link goes to a Brownell’s page.

    1. avatar anonymoose says:

      Doesn’t it always?

      1. avatar OmnivorousBeorn says:

        When they do have a link to the EDC website, it’s real. The Brownells ones are the random words they link, in my experience at least.

  2. avatar bobnotaub says:

    Can’t take anyone seriously who thought the new Star Wars was a good movie. Disney has basically turned them into shitty marvel movies

    1. avatar Shire-man says:

      To be fair, he might be 8 years old.

      1. avatar anonymoose says:

        idk. The magwelled GLOCK 22 tells me he’s between 10 and 12.

        1. avatar BLoving says:

          *rimshot*
          🤠

        2. willing to bet you wear ‘untuckit’ shirts…

    2. avatar anonymoose says:

      The Marvel movies have been better. This was basically some juvenile Star Wars cartoon crap mashed up into 2 and a half hours of senselessness, only it felt like I was marathoning a season of some crappy Syfy Original Series for 6 hours. The plot and dialogue made no sense.

      1. avatar DrewR says:

        Agreed. The Marvel movies move are nicely paced, and never feel like a slog to watch. The Force Awakens was a chore to sit through. I kept thinking the movie should be over, but knew I hadn’t seen some scenes from the trailer yet. I was essentially sitting in my seat mentally screaming at the movie to end.

    3. avatar billy-bob says:

      … and calls himself smoov

      1. avatar HealthyKuriosity says:

        …kind of makes sense. Haven’t really heard anyone use that term since the 90’s.
        He was probably smooved out, packing a Gen 3 G22 when he went to see the Phantom Menace.

      2. opposed to a cousin fucking nickname like yours?

    4. nobody said it was good… I posted this on another website and this fucking tool stole it. I went to SEE the movie. Either way, fuck everyone on this site.

  3. avatar Serpent_Vision says:

    Movie had its strong points, but it’s hard to overlook when someone disobeys orders twice, the second time getting a lot of people needlessly killed, yet still seems to be considered a hero. Not a good message.

  4. This is the second post you have taken from a different website, without permission. Why the fuck are you sharing my gear on your website?

    1. avatar Serpent_Vision says:

      It’s not really “taken” if they only provide a teaser and direct people to the website to see the full details. More like free advertising for that website.

      1. avatar Smoov_Operator says:

        it was taken. The pic was screenshot and I no longer have an account there because of shit like this. I dont mind sharing my stuff, but when someone does this and shares it on another website without permission, that means no matter what I do with MY picture, they still have it. The pics are watermarked for a reason. In order to avoid this kind of crap pulled on this website,.

        1. avatar Serpent_Vision says:

          I’m not a lawyer, but it looks as though you give up some degree of control over your photo when you post it on the EDC site; I think TTAG may qualify as one of “other users”.

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  5. avatar TheWorldIsAVampire says:

    Thanks for sharing. I will be sure to avoid all these types of websites because of their shitty terms and even worse people who browse them, especially this one.

    1. avatar Serpent_Vision says:

      Your insightful and thought-provoking commentary will be missed.

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