Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Jonathan


As Jonathan writes, this is “everything I leave the house with. Minus the medical supplies in the bag. The Samsung Tab 3 and Samsung Galaxy Note 4 that I took the picture with.” Check out all of Jonathan’s gear at Everyday Carry . . .


  1. avatar Simon says:

    Disabled but not disarmed.

    1. avatar Swarf says:

      “Differently operational”

  2. avatar Cucamonga Jeff says:

    Do his friends call him War Machine?? That’s a lot of gear ?

  3. avatar matty 9 says:

    talk about rollin heavy! This guy will NOT be a victim.

  4. avatar uncommon_sense says:

    Outstanding Jonathan!

    Keep up the good work!

  5. avatar strych9 says:

    Love that sticker on the wheelchair. Nice gear too.

    1. avatar Geoff PR says:

      Maybe his grand-dad was with the AVG in China in the 40’s.

      I like the subtle message, he has *teeth*…

      1. avatar strych9 says:

        I was thinking maybe someone was a big fan of the old P-51B but maybe he’s more new school…


        1. avatar Geoff PR says:

          The shark mouth was popular a long time before the P-51, on the Curtiss P-40s that were loaned to the Chinese.


        2. avatar jwm says:

          The shark mouth design was first used by the RAF in North Africa. The AVG saw it in newsreels and adopted it as their own.

        3. avatar strych9 says:

          jwm gets the prize. I was merely picking an aircraft most people would know.

          That said, the P-40 was adopted in 1938 while the P-51 was adopted in 1940. I wouldn’t call that a long time. Further, the P-40 wasn’t deployed until 1941 (North Africa) and the Chinese didn’t see one until quite late that year when the Flying Tigers made use of them. The P-51 entered the Pacific theater 1944. The Mustang made it’s European debut with the RAF in 1942 but those were not actually P-51’s. The RAF started using actual P-51B’s and C’s (designated Mustang MK III and MK IV in 1943) and began using the P-51K (RAF designation MK IVa) later that same year.

          Although… to pilots going up against Messerschmitt 109’s it may have seemed an eternity considering the 90mph top speed advantage of the P-51 as well as it’s other benefits like a higher cruise speed, ceiling, rate of climb, 60% longer range etc. (All stats here are for the for P-51D, which entered combat service March, 1944). While the P-40 did fairly well in N. Africa against 109’s it was completely outclassed by the P-51 which, when properly used also basically outclassed the 109 and the FW-190 in everything except armament.

  6. avatar Curtis in IL says:

    I think if you’re going to carry two Glocks, they may as well be the same caliber for mag interchangeability. Other than that, roll on!

    1. The .45 is for him. The 9mm is a loner if he needs backup from a pussy ass bipedal that can’t handle a bigger caliber.

  7. avatar Tom in Oregon says:

    Curious if the holster is a cross draw.
    Ever think of a chest harness rig?

  8. avatar Ralph says:

    Roll on, Hot Wheels, roll on!

  9. avatar bLoving says:

    At my feet under my desk is a Drago backpack, it is my daily companion and none of you will ever see it’s contents in its entirety ; it’s just too embarrassing…
    Gonna dig out a chocolate truffle out of it now…

  10. avatar The Gray Poseur says:

    Do not mess with that dude. Very nice.

  11. avatar marco says:

    We need to legalize SBSes so he can carry one under the chair.

    Other than that- awesome.

  12. avatar 2Asux sucks says:

    F”*&. ?

  13. Guess what Jonathan’s favorite color is?

    1. avatar Swarf says:

      All of them at once?

      1. avatar tsbhoa.p.jr says:

        heh. yeah.

  14. avatar jwm says:

    All he needs is curved blades on the wheels.

  15. avatar WalterJ says:

    Excellent choices, John!

  16. avatar Stinkeye says:

    What, no rifle?

  17. avatar former water walker says:

    Wheels of war????

  18. avatar VaqueroJustice says:

    Needs spiked gloves.


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