Scott White, a computer webhosting specialist from the great state of Georgia, takes his “My Everyday Carry” with him whenever he leaves the house.
Don’t take my word for it. He writes:
This is exactly what it is. Everyday Carry. When I leave my house this is on my person.
Only mine is “from the moment I put on my pants.” But I suspect Scott’s is like that as well.
He’s got his gun (GLOCK 19), Raw Dog carbon fiber IWB holster, and a spare mag (and pouch).
The only thing missing is an illumination tool.
Question: Does anyone empty their gear when they get back home? Or are you like me and just leave everything on out of convenience as much as anything else? In fact, at bedtime I just put my pants next to the bed almost like a firefighter’s bunker gear. That way I have my wallet, keys, gun, light and a whole lot more right there in case I need to leave the house in a hurry (like for a fire or other problem).