Do you remember your first concealed carry pistol? Iowan Jacob Roy just got his. Now that he’s 21 and secured his government permission slip, he ran right out and bought the himself a light, slim, summer-carry-friendly GLOCK 42 that he carries in a T. Rex Arms Raptor appendix carry rig. Welcome to the club, Jacob.
Most EMTs don’t carry a sidearm. They may find themselves in some sticky situations (think: mobile vehicle full of drugs just a 911 call away), but, as our own Foghorn (a former EMT himself) wrote back in 2015, mandatory sidearms for EMTs would be a bad idea. Voluntary concealed carry is the way to go, […]
If you’ve ever been to Houston in the summer, you know the definition of tropical. Hot, steamy, thick weather means packing something that won’t weigh you down. That’s probably at least one of Greg’s considerations in choosing to carry a Smith & Wesson M&P9 SHIELD in an Uncle Mike’s pocket holster. That’s an easy combination […]
If you know any engineers, you know they’re…particular. About a lot of things. So when they choose EDC gear, you can bet dollars to donuts they’ve thought long and hard about everything they carry and have done their research. We’d guess Derek from Pennsylvania is no exception to the rule. For a weekend hike, he […]
Summer time and the living’s easy. We’re not quite there yet, but the Memorial Day weekend is the unofficial start of the season. And with lighter weight clothing and higher temperatures, a concealed carrier’s thoughts turn to smaller, less encumbering gear. Mike A’s selected the ever-popular GLOCK 43 and one of Benchmade’s most popular knives. […]
Lots of gun people say their carry gun caliber has to start with a ‘4’. But for plenty of shooters, the often-maligned .40 S&W is just too snappy. ZombieLivesMatter, however, isn’t amongst ’em. He totes his fotays in a concealable GLOCK 27 Gen4 along with Field Notes and one of the best EDC knives on […]
There’s no law that says you have to equip yourself with the latest and greatest (not to mention most expensive) EDC gear. In fact, there are lots of good arguments for making your daily carry compliment a collection of reasonably priced, easily replaceable items. If you’re going to be carrying it around all day, every […]