Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Seth Dryer

Seth says he never leaves home without this gear. “I have always been into being prepared all the time and keep useful tools on me.” Which included the slim, packable Taurus PT111 G2 Millennium. See all of his gear at Everyday Carry . . .

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  1. avatar Docduracoat says:

    We don’t see many Taurus pistols here on everyday carry
    Strange as they are inexpensive ( some say cheap)
    So even cash strapped people could afford them
    Taurus has a mixed reputation with some loving them and a lot of haters
    We do see a lot of Smith and Wesson Shields and I see them for $350 or sometimes even less
    So if you are poor you could buy a Shield and get a well regarded gun

    1. avatar BLoving says:

      I like the nail-polish inlay on the slide inscription – although I’d have gone with bright gold.
      The Taurus sells for around $270 at my shop, and we’re known to run special promos on it from time to time. With almost twice the capacity of a Smith Shield and a cost difference that could buy a week’s worth of groceries, I’m not at all surprised to see them here. If I wasn’t already spoiled by “better” guns, I’d probably look at one myself if I were just starting out.

      1. avatar Geoff PR says:

        What’s the price if someone says “TTAG” when you go to ring up the sale?

        (I’m not ‘cheap’, just ‘frugal’… 😉 )

        1. avatar Texheim says:

          He starts auto playing videos for you…

  2. avatar DrewR says:

    I’m not worried about he Taurus, but that paddle holster – UGH!

    Paddle holsters suck, full stop. They are bulky, they shift around more than other designs, and, most importantly, they are severely prone to gun grabs from behind. Seriously, look up videos of someone grabbing a gun in a paddle holster from behind and giving a quick downward twist on the grip, it snaps the holster off the paddle every time.

    Buy a decent holster!

    Rant over.

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