Home News Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Jeff News Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Jeff By Dan Zimmerman - February 12, 2017 24 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ Jeff, cryptically, tells us that he works in government. And that these are his two favorite firearms, a couple of Springfield’s finest. See what else he carries at Everyday Carry . . . ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR CNN Tries to Prop Up Their Debunked Source for Misleading Mass Shooting Data Another Armed Citizen Stops a Crazed Mass Shooter, This Time in Montenegro FBI: Alec Baldwin Pulled The Trigger on the Movie Set Revolver, Killing Halyna Hutchins 24 COMMENTS Though I don’t know what personal range day EDC means (except that he doesn’t carry it every day), I like the KA-BAR much better than the pixie knives we usually see in these photos. Reply Thank you Sir, I now have a new category of knives to collect. Pixie knives… Oh joy. Reply Yeah, that KA-BAR is about the smallest thing I would call a knife. We eat with scalpels;-) Actually, I am a sword and polearm enthusiast, so that probably colors my opinion of blades less than a pound in weight and eight inches in length. The USMC Mark 2 combat knife and the Fairbairn–Sykes get an exception because everyone who has used those in combat could beat be up with a just a dirty look:-) Reply Pocket dump? Dude’s got some big pockets. Where’s the 8.5″ x 11″ field notes? Reply I think it is TTAG that calls it a ‘pocket dump’, not the everydaycarry site or the submitters. Reply So no sheath on the knife right sure. Read his comment that KNIFE ” No daily carry. Just for esthetic” really i can put a Thomson 1927 in photo and it would look great but submitting as pocket dump everyday carry is dishonest Reply “So no sheath on the knife right sure.” Pffffffpt. Real men carry a knife like that ‘pirate style’, in their *teeth*… Reply +500……..Walter Mitty rides again!!!!! Reply These are just getting ridiculous. Reply “Pocket dump” seriously either re name this series or show some actual pocket dumps. Reply Been saying this for a long time. No one carry all this crap in their “pockets” Reply A long time ago I recommended a change to “Every Day Carry and Pocket Dump of the Day”. Crickets. As for the Kabar – must have Kevlar lined pockets. Reply Zebra F-701 Ya baby! Tactical ball point pen, got one. Reply i generally ignore this feature, because i dont get the point, but the “i work for the government” business plus the kabar is hilarious. i think im going to do one now, with my matching gold desert eagles and an umbrella/sword, and a RealSpy disguise kit. Reply Don’t forget the mirrored sunglasses….completes the kit…. Reply “I work for the government” translates loosely to: “I’m a part-time meter maid.” Reply At least this guy carries something besides a S&W Shield. But I agree that these articles are not very realistic, in most cases. Reply Pocket dump is of course just a term for stuff we tote around . Most folks realize that wrist watches are worn on wrists and not in pockets , just like full size guns in thumb break holsters are worn on belt . Reply “Jeff, cryptically, tells us that he works in government.” Mall ninja alert given the items. Or, more likely, TSA screener or some other similar level of ‘government work’ If your knife is bigger than (either one) of your guns, you’re doing it wrong unless you’re an expert knife fighter. And an expert knife-fighter would also have a different knife. Reply Id like to see some real pocket dumps… You know, spare change, lint, couple condoms, half eaten cheeseburger from McDonald’s wrapped in the paper. Maybe some prescription meds. Reply Or non prescription meds. Reply Surefire 6p incandescent, huh? Yeah a lot of old timers carry those. Reply Incandescent flashlight? Still? Wow. Excellent choice in firearms, Mr. Edison. Reply What a loser Derp derp , 2 guns, derp derp, kabar Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.