Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – A Brit in TX

It’s good to see a Brit acclimating to our Texas ways so well. We just wonder how he carries that axe. See all his gear at Everyday Carry . . .


  1. avatar BLoving says:

    That Brits got some f-ing huge pockets…
    Love that Redhawk action you got going.

  2. avatar strych9 says:

    I have a good idea how he carries the tomahawk, my question is why it’s being carried.

    Retired and spend a lot of time in the bush?

    Good choice on the folder.

    1. avatar Geoff PR says:

      “I have a good idea how he carries the tomahawk, my question is why it’s being carried.”

      Perhaps he liked the movie ‘Braveheart’ just a *little* to much? 😉

      1. avatar strych9 says:


      2. avatar Cloudbuster says:

        The final battle of The Patriot where Mel Gibson dual-wields tomahawk and flintlock!

  3. avatar Turd Ferguson says:

    Heya, he’s probably rollin like Mick Dundee….

    “That’s not a knife………THIS is a knife!”

    1. avatar The Duke says:

      Turd beat me too it! This comment wins the day

  4. avatar Swarf says:

    Wow. I think you got a wee bit over-acclimatized, wot wot?

  5. avatar Gabe says:

    There does not appear to be any carry wear on that revolver or its stocks

    1. avatar Cloudbuster says:

      Yup. This is B.S.

  6. avatar Tim says:

    “We just wonder how he carries that axe.”

    Revolver in one hand, axe in the other.

  7. avatar Adub says:

    How does he go anywhere or call anybody? I’m all for being a minimalist, but two speed reloads and no car keys or cell phone?

    Teasing. Still a nice gun.

    1. avatar A Brit in TX says:

      Can’t beat a tease!! It seems everyone carries car keys, a phone, wallet etc. To me they’re not interesting, there’s lint in my pocket but I didn’t feel the need to include that also!!!!

  8. avatar ACP_arms says:

    Looks like the tomahawk gets some use… I’d love to get a Redhawk like that for myself.

  9. avatar Hannibal says:

    I mean, if you’re clearing hiking trails of clearing bush it makes sense…

    1. avatar BLoving says:

      Well, yeah, you could clear brush with a .44 magnum but I think a machete would be more effective. …

  10. avatar S.CROCK says:

    Two speed loaders for a revolver seems pretty optimistic.

  11. avatar Cloudbuster says:

    He could have at least showed what holster he uses for that Redhawk. That would answer a lot of questions. And whatever he uses to carry those giant speedloaders.

    You don’t wanna Mexican carry a gun like that!

    Oh, hey, at the link, there’s an invisible Galco D.A.O Dual Action Outdoorsman holster!

  12. avatar MouseGun says:

    Do you spend a lot of time outdoors in rural areas?

  13. avatar Freeheel says:

    Boris ‘The Blade’ Yurinov: [referring to Tommy’s gun] Heavy is good, heavy is reliable. If it doesn’t work you can always hit them with it.

  14. avatar A Brit in TX says:

    Thanks all for the comments.

    I have to admit, I did this a little bit for sh*ts & giggles, if we can’t have a little fun, then what are we here for! Anyway, in all seriousness….

    The Redhawk is my favorite gun, and .44 Magnum is a blast! I do not carry it daily but would if I was out hiking in the wilderness, oh, and I do not have a holster but have the Galco ordered, hence the ‘ghost’ appearance….

    The axe was just a way to get attention, but, it is handy for clearing brush etc, I do use it for trimming palm tree leaves…..

    My normal carry has been a P938 but I have picked up a Bodyguard M&P .380 for easy pocket carry. The problem is that POS has been at S&W for 3 months getting its mag release catch fixed, not happy with their QC. First and last S&W I think….

    To finish, I love this country and am the most ardent Constitution fan ever, not all Brits are commie socialists!!

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