Memorial Day Carry – Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day

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Memorial Day is a time for remembering those who have given their lives to protect our country and our freedoms. At the same time, a lot of Americans also take the day to spend some time with friends and family and barbecue.

In some parts of the US of A, that means strapping on a barbecue gun. Something a little fancier than you would for normal everyday carry purposes. A conversation piece…something to show off to that brother-in-law who’s always bragging about how much money he makes.

Then there are gun owners like Andrew. His Memorial Day carry featured a perfectly ordinary, dependable GLOCK 19. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Some carriers don’t want to break their routine, no matter what the occasion.

What did you carry yesterday?

comments

  1. avatar Rokurota says:

    Same as I always carry. Duh.

    1. avatar Jon in CO says:

      Is that your carry get up?

  2. avatar Rob says:

    Glock 19 owb on a four wheeler in rural central utah.

  3. avatar Carrucan says:

    A sweaty Glock 19 IWB while I mowed the lawns. I took it off before I jumped into the pool.

  4. avatar Bloving says:

    I do not need a CRKT Obake knife. I do not need a CRKT Obake knife. I do not need a CRKT Obake knife. I HAVE ENOUGH DAMN KNIVES ALREADY. I do not need a CRKT Obake knife….
    🤠

    1. avatar Timmer says:

      Yes you do. There is no such thing as enough knives.

    2. avatar knightofbob says:

      Mine was an impulse buy, and I’m not exactly drowning in disposable income. It’s handy, comfortable, and lives in my jacket’s map pocket. I plan on building a mini survival kit around it. You could definitely spend more on a worse knife.

      Now, the Bark River Donnybrook I’m currently trying to talk myself out of, that I absolutely don’t need. And really can’t afford. I’m probably going to order one soon.

  5. avatar Paul McMichael says:

    Yeah, I have three of what you might call BBQ pistols. The most blinged out one is a fully engraved stainless Colt series 80 with ivory. Next is my Frankenstein 1911. Colt frame, Les Bear slide, etc. Ivory grips. Last a colt SAA, 4 3/4″ blue with one piece ivory grips. Did I mention that I like ivory? The 1911s ride in a shark skin rig by Wilson Combat. The SAA is comfortable in its El Paso Saddelery rig. Wouldn’t wear a bathing suit to a wedding.

  6. avatar Kevin says:

    what do you all think of the grip?

    1. avatar Paul McMichael says:

      Not sure I understand the comment. Is there something wrong with ivory?

  7. avatar Bushwacker Billy says:

    As always…Ruger Vaquero 45 Colt. When I roll I roll!

  8. avatar Rocketman says:

    Bersa BP9CC, two spare mags and a Bear butterfly knife that I practice with.

  9. avatar Alexander Park says:

    M&P shield 9mm. Plus one pinky grip on my OEM 7 round mag and a plus two on my Eight round mag. Smith and Wesson 4 inch Tac Light assisted blade with glass breaker and a CRK necklace knife.
    Next birthday present too me is a Glock 43.

  10. avatar Cymond says:

    Glock, fixed blade, folding knife, kubotan pen, and a knuckle “bottle opener”.

    5 defensive tools?
    Seriously?

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