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Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Henry Kadoch


Like most concealed carriers, Henry doesn’t pack much more than he has to. And for a tiny nine, the P938’s about a comfortable to shoot as it gets. See all the equipment he’s chosen at Everyday Carry . . .


  1. avatar FormerWaterWalker says:


  2. avatar jwm says:

    An actual pocket dump. Nice change of pace.

  3. avatar JoshFormerlyinGA says:

    Where are his two backup guns, four backup blades, med kit, pocket notes, and $2000 watch? He’s very unprepared.

    1. avatar jwm says:

      Spare tire, jumper cables, tow straps………..

      Pocket carry, people! If it’s not in your pockets everyday it don’t qualify.

      Now get off my lawn!

  4. avatar CJ in KC says:

    Finally a pocket dump that doesn’t require a backpack, tactical vest and cargo pants. Great job!

  5. avatar Hoplopfheil says:

    938s are nice.

    And the lack of Field Notes suggests to me that you are a real human being, and not a freaky EDC automaton.

  6. avatar Geoff PR says:

    Can someone explain to me what this fascination is with ‘challenge coins’?

    1. avatar Hoplopfheil says:

      I think the whole practice of “token carrying” was inspired by Inception. Everybody wants to carry a special talisman.

      The idea of the challenge coin nicely dovetails into that zeitgeist.

  7. avatar Erik says:

    I don’t know what Inception is or challenge coins outside of Mario but you have to pay the Ferryman if you want to get to the other side.

  8. avatar Justin Case says:

    What, no phone? Noob!

    But seriously, I don’t know anyone who has a picture of their own camera…

  9. avatar Henry Kadoch says:

    LOL! Hard to include the phone when it was used to take the photo…
    I’m not so sure about where the challenge coin habit came from…I think they are nice, and this one is a 2A one; it just became a habit to carry it.
    Thanks for the comments!

  10. avatar docduracoat says:

    Where are your field notes?
    Seriously, the Sig 938 is a great pocket nine. I have one and love it!
    It is single action only.
    If you carry it “cocked and locked” the way it is designed to be carried, you should have a holster that covers the safety as well as the trigger
    That way the safety cannot be accidentally set to the fire positon by some foreign object
    That sweet single action 7 pound trigger has a very short travel to go boom once the safety is off.
    Unless you carry Israeli style with an empty chamber. Then it doesn’t matter.

  11. avatar jug says:

    Had one.
    Had key word here.
    Pocket it “cocked and locked”! (With or without pocket holster)
    At end of day, it was no more than 50/50 that the safety was still on!

    If I worked absolutely hard, I “could” shoot it half-assed!
    But it took every ounce of concentration, which is short supply under stress.

    Best thing I ever did was part with that POS.
    Love my other SIGs!

  12. avatar Henry Kadoch says:

    The safety has NEVER come off on its own, and I carry it every day, all day…don’t know what else to tell you.
    While It’s not the easiest gun to shoot, I have practiced with it extensively, and I am quite accurate with it. The size and 1911-ish design are its best attributes as far as I’m concerned. But of course, we should each carry what we feel comfortable and confident with.

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