According to the comment made by the guy who shared this pocket dump it’s actually his wife’s EDC and she asked him to share it using his existing account. It includes a Kimber Pro Carry 2 chambered in 9mm, a spare mag, and a Gerber Ghost Strike Punch fixed blade. I’m of two minds here. I want to touch on reliable carry and the enormous importance of using a reliable daily carry gun not because I dislike Kimber but because we haven’t covered it in awhile. Then again I also saw the inhaler and wanted to touch on the disparity between various concealed carriers. It does matter.
Your abilities are not the same as the next guy’s and you should train for and be aware of those needs and abilities. Hey, my back is a problem when it comes to grappling and force-on-force. If I was thrown to the ground it has the potential to be far more crippling than if a guy with a healthy spine was thrown. What’s my point? Well, from a legal standpoint it makes a difference. If you’re unfamiliar with disparity of force, look it up. Also, consider buying a copy of Black’s Law Dictionary (actually, just do it).
Asthma. Degenerative Arthritis. Hip replacements. Everyone faces different medical challenges – or a lack thereof – and should train and behave accordingly when it comes to self-defense.