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Art’s a man of the cloth. Given his profession, he’s surely familiar with Romans 12:18: “If possible, so far as it depends on you, live peaceably with all.” He also obviously knows that not everyone subscribes to that sentiment. Hence the GLOCK 43. See the rest of his Everyday Carry below . . .

  1. Fisher Space Pen
  2. NiteIze Doohickey Key chain
  3. Burts Bees Pomegranate Lip Balm
  4. Generic Pocket Knife
  5. Glock 43 9mm
  6. Glockstore +1 magazine
  7. Listerine Cool Mint Breath Strips
  8. 550 Paracord Homade Key Fob
  9. Apple iWatch
  10. Moleskin Mini NotebookB

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  1. Guess this guy’s “branch of service” doesn’t include a vow of poverty, huh?

    • A laborer is worthy of his hire. I’m fine with his stuff. Vows of poverty are generally a catholic thing anyway…

      • Yeah there’s no vow of poverty in scripture – sometimes it was noted that wealth can get in the way, but its never condemned. That’s purely a religious (man-made tradition) thing created by certain denominations.

        • “And there was a certain beggar, named Lazarus, who lay at his gate, full of sores,
          Desiring to be filled with the crumbs that fell from the rich man’ s table, and no one did give him; moreover the dogs came, and licked his sores. And it came to pass, that the beggar died, and was carried by the angels into Abraham’ s bosom. And the rich man also died: and he was buried in hell. ” So that’s one point of view……

        • I allways thought, and still do, the dogs licking his sores was a good thing. Like cleaning him up, lick their wounds thing. Poor guy that had to suck, begging for crumbs and all. I used to be a catholic, but I quit and Im still poor.

  2. I never would have expected to see so many “smart” watches. From day one I expected them to fail miserably.

    • I had similar expectations, but they’re surprisingly handy. Its kind of like the most commonly used functions on your phone, only you don’t have to take it out of your pocket.

      • They’re quite handy on letting you see who’s calling and whether or not to let it go to voicemail…

    • I thought so too, but apparently peoples love them. Of course, I also didn’t get text messaging until 2012, or a smartphone until 2015, so maybe my tastes are not a good barometer for modem electronics. Oh, and I’m a millenial.

      • Wife says to me, ” Mud you need a wristwatch,” I said to her ” Hey you dumb bitch I used to be a catholic, were to poor for a wristwatch, that damned vow of poverty thing still haunts me. Besides I want a Timex wind up.”

    • When I first spotted the mag , I thought” huh musta dropped his gun and duct taped the cracked bottom” , then I looked closer and thought, ” huh, why silver?, that looks like somebody fixed a broken gun with duct tape, “

  3. The new Uncle Mike’s box holster. It will fit all of your gear in one convenient location. Coming soon to a Tactical shop near you.

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