Springfield Armory XS-S 9mm concealed carry handgun
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Josh calls this his “heavy carry” gear. We can see why. The XD-S is certainly of reasonable size, but that’s a lot of cutting equipment to tote around on a daily basis. See all the details at Everyday Carry . . .

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  1. Nice modest knife collection.
    Started to write something sarcastic about my own collection of swords, daggers, axes, etc… but fine – we get it: he rotates his daily knife from one to another… right?

  2. You need the knives because the 9mm just pisses them off. Or get the 45 and don’t need the knives .

  3. He may well rotate the knives , or maybe he carries all 4. Every time I think about making a comment about how many knives a guy carries ( I’m on a few knife forums ) I remember many think I’m nuts for caring one gun . ( insert B/U gun comment here )

    That and I often have two, and at work two more ( one in each bunker coat pocket ).

  4. 4 knives, no serrations and no multi tools. A single stack 9mm and two spare mags. Why not one fighting knife and one multi tool with serrations and one double stack 9mm?

  5. i think ive finally figured out the point of this business where you empty your pockets, take a photo of it, and share it with strangers on the internet. its bleeding show and tell.

    i carry a boring ass glock in a boring ass kydex holster, one mag, a buck knife, my wallet, my keys, my phone, a hanky, a flashlight, and a tourniquet, h bandage, hemostat sponge, little roll of duct tape, and some nitrile gloves in a quart size ziploc freezer bag. all of it has wear marks from actual use, and its all sensible shit, but it makes a boring picture. thats what this is about.

  6. Really, four knives at the same time? Seems a little excessive, but this is a free country (for now, anyways) and a man is free to carry what he chooses. Thank you, God.

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