Todd’s a firearms instructor, so he very well may carry both of those GLOCKs. Check out Todd’s EDC choices at Everyday Carry . . .
Wherever he lives, he might want to consider moving.
When you new york reload you don’t need a wallet.
What, no backup flashlight?
I thought I was the only owner of a 6PX Defender. Great lights, just not as cool as the E2DL’s.
Rookie question, but what the utilitarian purpose to carrying a “curved” knife like that? Obviously, I’m not tacticool enough to even know the name for that style of fixed blade, but at first thought it doesn’t seem to make much sense as an EDC blade.
The Kabar TDI is a last ditch knife. It’s curved to make poking/slashing (but mainly poking) the BG more ergonomic in a struggle.
Do you even Operate Bro ?
Count your blessings that you’re not tacticool. Increases your chances of getting laid.
It’s not a utility blade, it’s pretty much sole purpose is as a ‘get off me’ knife, and the geometry makes it easy to use in a wrestling match.
Designed by John Benner from TDI, made by Ka-bar .
Meant to be a law enforcement blade carried on the weak side so that if there is a struggle for a gun in your right hand, you have some recourse…
Great place, recently took their handgun 1,2,3 course. Very lucky to have something like this in Ohio.
Is his real name John Woo?
I thought Woo got stiff from Beretta’s ?
I get the undercut, but what’s with the scalloped cutout in the middle of the trigger guard for?
The extra notch is for your support hand’s first finger.
To get a higher grip on the weapon with both hands for more control.
That’s a New York reload.
Awesome EDC. Ignore the haters
It’s not hate, it’s more of a bemused eye roll kind of thing.
Those Pokemans are in deep shit.
Naw. In Chicago they’d be Hi Points with the numbers filed off.
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