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In the same way that George Costanza has different names for his daily clothing selections, JR calls this selection ‘functional vintage.’ All we know is that the Kahr CW9 carried inside the waistband is a reliable, comfortable way to go. See the rest of JR’s Everyday Carry choices below . . .
Garret lists his occupation as ‘professional grifter.’ That makes sense when you look at what he carries. You have to keep things simple and easy to pack for those fast getaways once your mark figures out that he’s been had. In any case, check out a con man’s Everyday Carry choices below . . .
Now there’s something you don’t see every day. No, not the Stoeger pistol. We mean an EDC compliment you can carry show in one hand. See all four of Taylor’s Everyday Carry essentials below . . Read More
Horses for courses. Lots of concealed carriers have different configurations for various situations. Winter totage, light summer carry, deep concealment, you get the picture. This is what David Clark describes as “a light EDC for a nice day out for lunch and shopping with the wife.” See his Everyday Carry choices for accompanying his better half below . . .
We’re guessing RHC doesn’t carry all of what you see above at once. What some of our readers seem to miss is the fact that a lot of these pocket dumps show a collection of gear the contributors cycle through their daily loadout. You can only pack so many pistols, knives and Field Notes books at a time (unless some of it goes in a satchel, backpack or murse). Then again, maybe RHC’s a big guy who firmly believes two is one and one is none. Either way, check out the details of his Everyday Carry gear below . . .
For a retired nuclear control systems engineer, Cato’s a traditionalist. Then again, maybe you’d expect someone with that kind of background to just go with what works. As he avers, “the Taurus 856 is a real gem: a 6-shot small framed steel revolver that is very comfortable in the Barsony OWB. No cell phone or tablet for an old retired geezer like me. Fisher’s Space Pen doesn’t get lost if I keep it in my jeans pocket – and it always works. I figured my eyeglasses, Seiko 5 wristwatch, and copper arthritis bracelet don’t count since they don’t go into the pockets.” See the details on the Everyday Carry gear he did show us below . . .
Does that look like a lot of gear to you? Maybe not once you know that calmlikea3omb is “ex private security,” as he describes it. About his kit, he says “On body 100% until I get home. When I get home I either ditch the G42 and wallet and such or I keep it all on. 24\7 I have access to it all on my body or nearby when a perimeter is set up!” See the details on all his Everyday Carry gear below . . .