As state trooper Perry writes, “This is my favorite EDC. It is very functional, and easy to conceal. The Nate Squared holster allows me to carry a large pistol with little/no imprint. Of course there is more, such as two extra mags so I have plenty of rounds, cuffs, cellphone, and a minimalist wallet.” See it all at Everyday Carry . . .

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13 Responses to Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Perry Jordan

    • I have their base model holster (the one with the elastic) and it is the best 30 dollar holster I can find. It holds almost any gun and fits perfectly.

      • Don’t know why I just get myself to bite on the elastic, I just can’t see it having good retention… Probably an unfounded fear on my part…

    • I recommend playing with one before purchasing. I tried one for a week. It was hands down the most comfortable IWB holster I have ever used. Unfortunately it was next to impossible to get a full firing grip on the gun before it came out of the holster and that made it a no go for me.

      • I’ve had two of the professional models. Worked great for my HK P30, but was terrible for subcompact P238 as like you mentioned couldn’t get a good grip on handgun to do the “twist” unlock, had to send it back for refund.

    • This may be the first time I’ve ever seen a cop carry such a thing. Everyone always carries the CVS or Wal Mart type notepads because they’re cheap and you can toss em when they get nasty. Now, I know Mr. Jordan is State Police and so doesn’t actually have to write anything investigative in there (his traffic citation book is a different story) but come on. (Also, putting your MSP badge and name on a public ‘everyday carry’ site?)

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