Frankly, I admire Californians who can navigate that state’s concealed carry application process and actually obtain a carry license. Which is probably not valid in the places where you really should carry the gun. But enough about Cali’s confusing carry laws.
Scot carries a Smith & Wesson M&P Shield 9mm – hopefully not Mexican style as no holster is shown. The ham radio, a Kenwood Tri-band TH-D74A is something I’ve never seen before in an everyday carry ensemble. Now that probably clips to the belt if it’s like my old Alinco HTs. Alas, my license has expired and needs renewing, even though I don’t think I transmitted a single time with my last 10-year ticket.
He also carries two flash/thumb drives. I used to carry one and need to get back into the habit. With some encryption, a thumb drive serves as a great place to carry an inventory of your home’s possessions, along with scanned copies of documents and photos and descriptions of those guns you lost in your boating accidents.
Does anyone else carry an amateur radio? Or is anyone even licensed anymore? The last time I went to a license test I think I was the only person without gray hair.
Anyway, check out all the details of Scot’s stuff at Everyday Carry.