Today, on Lock N Load Radio, Bill Frady asked me if the thought these were real. Yeah, easily 90% of these are real. Yeah, there’s the troll artist once in a while, but I take most of these at face value. Although I’m skeptical about this one’s name – Christian Neveu – but that’s fine.
Christian brings a Taurus G2 Millenium to the party. You know, for a $165 (post rebate, still under $200 without rebate) gun in these parts, it is *awesome” to shoot. I’ve shot two in the last two months and if I didn’t already have one of two guns that I haven’t lost to boating accidents, I might be tempted to buy a couple just to have for my twins when they turn six or so. Decent triggers, and it goes bang every time.
And the price!
And for those who say I never write anything nice about a Taurus semi-autos – there, I wrote something very nice.
Christian writes more about his ensemble:
Here is my essential everyday carry. All has been tried and true gear that has served me well, all carried in a Mil-Tec backpack. I recently added the paracord zipper pulls to go along with the black and steel theme and match my knife lanyard, bracelet and key dangler. This stuff follows me everywhere (where it’s legal anyway).
Why the backpack? Unless he’s bringing along a tablet or laptop and related stuff like AC power supply and maybe headphones. Or maybe he keeps his gun in it – which greatly increases the risk that the wrong person might end up with the care and custody of his G2. In either event, he hopefully has a holster and doesn’t just let the gun roll around in a compartment in his backpack. If he does, that seems like a six second draw unless he’s expecting trouble.
No more stuff that he has shown us here should easily fit in his pockets, unless he wears tights.
I like his knife – the Boker Kalashnikov. Looks similar to my Lone Wolf Harsey.