Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day: Jim


Jim works in “nuclear security.” So we’d guess he has access to more firepower than just the M&P Compact on his belt. Still, that’s a great  Everyday Carry choice. See what else he carries below . . .

  1. Victorinox Huntsman Swiss Army knife
  2. Maglite Solitaire with LED upgrade
  3. IDL Tools multitool
  4. Crimson Trace Lasergrips
  5. Smith & Wesson M&P Compact .357 Sig
  6. Spare .357 Sig magazine
  7. Marine Corps Zippo
  8. Leatherman holster for magazine
  9. Q-Series stealth holster
  10. Suunto Vector
  11. Trayvax wallet
  12. American Red Cross CPR faceshield


  1. avatar Rokurota says:

    Trayvax! Cool product!

    1. avatar Cameron b says:

      I was pretty pumped to see another trayvax owner too.

      1. avatar RocketScientist says:

        Where do you keep that “wallet”? Honest question, it looks to me like putting that thing in any pocket would be an extremely uncomfortable experience.

  2. avatar Vhyrus says:

    everyday commentary pocket dump of the day? Autocorrect gone wild?

    1. Mea culpa. Sometimes the fingers don’t listen.

    2. avatar peirsonb says:

      Internet Freudian slip? Where you mean one thing and type a mother?

  3. avatar Hoplopfheil says:

    The old Xenon bulb Maglites are so bad compared to modern technology.

    The LED ones are so nice, I do wonder why they even still make the xenons.

  4. avatar RockOnHellChild says:

    .357 sig?


    1. avatar mike oregon says:

      Very effective caliber, stout recoil, but effective .

    2. avatar ahwatkins says:

      S&W used to sell M&P pistols chambered in .357 SIG. Nowadays, the trick is to buy the M&P in .40 S&W, then insert a separate .357 SIG barrel into the action. That’s two purchases instead of one. Midway carries (or used to carry) the SIG barrels for the full-size M&P; and you can probably still get the barrels directly from Smith.

      (Yes, I just looked on the S&W homepage about the pistols.)

  5. avatar Wright says:

    DING! DING! DING! We have found a true operator.

  6. avatar Tom says:

    No comments on the half a holster?

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