Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day: What? You Don’t Carry Field Notes?

David Hinnant is a 47-year-old Lexingtonian. While the Bluegrass State auto body shop manager’s photographic skills leave a little to be desired, a bit of iPhone manipulation and a quick trip to his page at everydaycarry.com reveals that he schleps a Moleskin Classic Notebook. Regarding the wisdom of carrying a Kimber .45 and a spare mag there is […]

Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day: Only An Optimist Carries a Speed Strip for His Snubbie

That’s the pocket dump of one Matt Campbell. The 27-year-old Michigander makes his living selling Swedish SNUS, a blend of ground tobacco, water and salt (leather pouch in the upper right corner). Click here to watch Matt’s video on the legal stimulant, derived from snuff. Does that make Matt’s pitch a snuff flick? No. Snuff said? […]

Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day: New York Landscaper Ready for Disaster

Mark’s a 26-year-old landscaper who’s prepared for a major medical emergency. Mark’s schlepping a Gen7 North American Rescue Brand C-A-T Combat Application Tourniquet AND an Adventure Medical First Aid Kit. As the Empire State’s deigned to issue Mark a government permission slip to exercise his right to keep and bear arms, Mark’s also stashing . . . […]