Summer Minimalist – Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day

EDC concealed carry Taurus TCP

Mark lives Georgia where it can be plenty steamy this time of year. So he totes a pocketable pistol, a reliable blade (or two) and the means to ensure fresh breath at all times. What else is really necessary?

EDC concealed carry


  1. avatar Aaron says:

    what else is necessary?

    cell phone?


    wallet with credit cards and driver’s license?

    all 3 of which are more useful than a second knife.

    1. avatar Ing says:

      Nah. With these tools on hand, you can get all of those other things from anyone else at any time either by minty-fresh charm or force.

      1. avatar Aaron says:

        nuh uh, not if the other guy has THREE pocketknives. Three pocketknives beats two pocketknives, doncha know.

    2. avatar Truckster says:

      Abolish Ice

  2. avatar Mr Lizard says:

    I truly envy his minimalist keys

  3. avatar qwertyuiop says:

    Wallet with ID, cash, cards. Spare mag. Flashlight.

  4. avatar TacticalSpartanOperator says:

    Is that a cockring attached to the keys?

  5. avatar Adub says:

    Glad to see another TCP 738. I love mine and pocket carry it everywhere.

  6. I think the new spectrum has replaced it. and I will admit it is more streamlined.

  7. avatar Everready says:

    Beretta 92
    2 spare 15 round magazines
    Buck knife
    Wallet with ID and Concealed Carry Permit
    Mini flashlight
    Cell phone

  8. avatar Charles Meredith says:

    Do not forget the Kel-Tec pistol. I have carried my issued P-11 in 9mm every day for 13 years in retirement.
    The 9mm hollow points are a proven man stopper and the pistol carries easily with the pants clip they have for it.
    One of the best pistols for concealed carry.
    I have a nice selection of concealed pistols and revolvers to choose from, but this one has done the deed when I was younger and not retired.

  9. avatar Clark Kent says:

    Fugggittttaboudt carrying any pistol sans holster in a pocket. You need a secure, stable platform to draw from each and every time. The last thing you want in a crisis situation is fishing around in your pocket for your firearm; or having a car key trip the trigger while in a fight with a suspect(s).

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