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Karen, a “crafter”, keeps her gear simple. While our friends at Everyday Carry list the pictured gun as a Smith & Wesson AC1016, we know a Walther when we see one (a PPS if we’re not mistaken). Especially with that European trigger guard mag release. Anyway, check out everything she carries at Everyday Carry . . .

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  1. Smith & Wesson AC1016?

    Perhaps someone misidentified it by grip texture, which bears some resemblance to the SW99’s.

    • Smith and Wesson was the importer for Walther when the PPS was first introduced (until I think Walther USA took over in 2013). The PPS is likely engraved by S&W on the right. It is possible someone on the website saw the importer markings, or the owner is mistaken due to the prominent importer marking.

    • Not everyone carries their keys in their pocket. Some people leave them in the vehicle ignition switch where they belong.

      Also, if you have an attached garage and a garage door opener, you don’t have much use for house keys.

    • Definitely makes a change from the tactical kubotan type pens we often see, but I personally prefer a pressurised ballpoint for practicality in my stationary edc.

  2. Nice to see a lady’s carry dump.

    But I bet she carries it “like a girl”.

    Just kidding. Rock that Walther while you scrapbook!

  3. My edc is a PPS M1 in .40 s&w. Sweet shooting easy carrying pistol…and us lefties love the mag release.

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