Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Danny Burgess

Texan Danny keeps it simple with a compact, IWB-carried SIG P938, a perfect choice as the wether heats up in the Lone Star State. See what else he’s packing at Everyday Carry . . .


  1. avatar Mr.Savage says:

    my my how colorful

  2. avatar tsbhoa.p.jr says:

    honestly. kids these days.

    nice osibisa pog.

    1. avatar strych9 says:

      Kids these days use fidget spinners. I’m waiting to see one in an EDC, especially one of the titanium ones with ultra nice bearings (what a waste of good bearings) that costs like $900.


    2. avatar Liberal Prepper says:

      Must be a kid. Or at least have iron fingernails. I dumped swiss army knives forever ago. Couldn’t open with one hand, and often not with two.

  3. avatar DJ says:

    Danny, you wouldn’t happen to originally be from Buckner, Mo, would ya?

  4. avatar Mike-Tampa says:

    The P938 is incredibly nice to shoot and accurate for such a small pistol, one of the very best subcompact if you don’t mind the thumb safety and single action mechanism.

  5. avatar Yitz says:

    Proud p938 sas owner dittos. Great shooter, and so compact you forget its even there!

  6. avatar Docduracoat says:

    Another vote for the 938 as an every day carry gun
    It’s so accurate and fun to shoot it does double duty as a target pistol
    I cut the notch needed in some Sig 290 magazines, and now I have eight round magazines that work perfectly in the 938
    I Have the Crimson trace laser grips on mine and they turn you into superman !

    1. avatar tsbhoa.p.jr says:

      290 you say. shut the front door. research ensues.

      worth mentioning: the .22 kits are a lot of fun for these- sig puts them on sale from time to time. standard and “target” (’bout an inch longer) lengths.

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