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Software engineer Matt says he takes this gear with him every time he leaves home. As he says, this is “everything I may want or need, from routine tasks to self defense.” That’s good enough for us. Make the jump to see the details of his Everyday Carry choices . . .

  1. Fisher Bullet Space Pen – black matte w/ pocket clip
  2. Grenen black watch w/ metal mesh strap
  3. Pelle Studio Tri-fold wallet that I’ve had for years…
  4. Kershaw Leek – satin grey finish
  5. Carhartt black leather gun belt – excellent stability
  6. Burt’s Bees Lip Balm
  7. Sig Sauer P938 Edge – 9mm, 6+1 rounds, cocked and locked
  8. Winchester Defend 147 gr 9mm (13 rounds total)
  9. Deep Carry Clip for Kershaw Leek – PopsCustomClips
  10. iPhone 6 – in tech21 D30 hard case with cover
  11. Leatherman Juice CS4
  12. Crossbreed Mini-tuck IWB holster for Sig P938
  13. Sig P938 Magazine Pocket Protector from SneakyPeteHolsters
  14. Sig P938 extra 6 round magazine
  15. Keys – regular cheapo carabiner clipped to belt loop

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  1. Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t see the point of such a big holsters with such a small gun. A small holster is so much easier to take on and off in the car.

    • Dual clips that are spread out prevent tilting when you get sit in the car or a chair and the butt of your gun gets pressed by the seat. Means you to have to grab your gun and adjust less during the day, in my experience.

      Big sweat shields can be hot and stiff though. I think Stealth Gear got it right with their breathable mesh sweat shields. Gonna try one of those for summer carry this year.

  2. Looks pretty similar to what I carry with me at all times. My brother &/or I should do one of these pocket dumps for you… my brother’s covers the entire top of the washing machine with very few gaps.

      • People either seem to love that look or hate it. I saw a paint job like that a couple days ago on an otherwise flawless 69 Mustang and it made me groan. I wanted to rescue the car and repaint it.

      • I recommend them (Leek anyway, never used a Scallion). The opening mechanism is awesome and the locking mechanism is a frame lock, so that needs no defending. Opinions vary whether the handle/blade shape is genius but one must admit it’s at least practical and minimal.


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