Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – James


James is a private school principal. As he writes, “This EDC allows me to keep my pockets light, imprint of items minimal, and the ability to have these items on me at work in professional clothes, or at leasure with shorts and a t-shirt.” Works for us. Check out what he carries at Everyday Carry . . .

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  1. avatar GD says:

    Do you have a holster for the LCP? If not, then I would recommend a minimalist type like a trigger guard holster.

    1. avatar Art out West says:

      Agreed! You certainly want to keep the trigger covered. Plus, I find that a pocket holster helps break up the outline of the firearm, making it look more like a wallet.

      Shockingly, this “pocket dump” handgun is one that can actually be pocket carried.

      I don’t think the IWB guns should be included in a “pocket dump”. They are just EDC gear.

  2. avatar Joel says:

    An actual pocket dump! I like it. Some of you guys have massive pockets. 😉

  3. avatar Frank in VA says:

    Average Joe EDC. As a fellow owner of inexpensive Japanese quartz watches and an LCP for pocket carry, I approve of this dump.

    I recommend a little white nail polish on that front sight. It’s a nice improvement for five bucks. If you really want to splurge, pony up another nine simoleons for a Hogue Handall LCP grip sleeve. It’s no fatter than the pocket holster you are hopefully using, and makes Elsie a lot easier to hold onto.

    1. avatar Timmy! says:


      Great, now I have to go buy an LCP just so I can call it that. Thanks, thanks a lot!

      1. avatar Frank in VA says:

        You won’t regret it. Elsie Pea is a cheap date, and she’ll take good care of you.

  4. avatar Specialist38 says:

    Not a big fan of the clips as they leave the trigger unprotected in your pants (or pocket).

    Other than that….good dump…Carry On.

    1. avatar Hannibal says:

      I use one for my S&W 380 bodyguard when I need it to disappear. I wouldn’t want to use one for a lighter trigger or striker fire without a manual safety but the trigger on some of these guns- like the SW380BG- is not getting pulled unless you want to pull it (and it also has a safety). And sometimes that takes more effort than I’d like.

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