Ron, who work in “tactical communications”, shows this as his summer carry compliment. Then again, he writes that when things get cooler, “Not much changes during the winter, except the firearm might change.” Fair enough. Check out all of his current gear at Everyday Carry . . .
Home EDC for CCW Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Ron C
Huh. Haven’t seen that clip for the LCR before.
Very nice, industrial look. Sort of like Kel-Tec clip on P-pistols. Hip-Grip not part of grip.
Yeah, I’m really liking that clip.
Kinda like a modified ‘Mexican carry’.
But with the long, slow, heavy (yet oh-so-smooth) trigger, a whole lot safer than striker-fired with one in the pipe…
I’ve been really looking hard at trading out my LCP for an LCR 9mm…
Looks like Ron has pocket flame thrower (aka, snubby .357.)
I gotta admit, LCR9 has some nice attributes.
Yeah, like getting rid of the last non-9mm pistol caliber I own and making the full transition to only 9mm.
9mm is also the cheapest pistol ammo out there other than rimfire.
You hit the nail on the head, jwm.
I don’t know why the idea didn’t hit my sooner to try the LCR9 sooner
Any difference is speed-loading with rimless 9 vs. 357?
My LCP is my BUG.
I don’t keep a reload for my BUG, so if I run dry on my primary and my BUG, then I am SOL.
If you don’t mind clips the 9mm is easily the better choice for most. What they need to do is make the 3″ in .45ACP (though I’d love .44 Special). Even if you’d need to go to a 5 shot capacity, a 3″ LCRx in .45 would be a hoot.
Timex ain’t bad, but I dropped a little extra and got the Casio ProTrek. Great watch
Just curious: all the edcs we are shown belong to men. Have any pro Second women submitted their choices for their handbags or, more rarely, pockets?
I could, if its so desired
Plz do, you wish.
Excellent point, TH.
I think that would be pretty cool.
women clothing rarely has pockets, and when it does, barely usable for phone – one of wifes major complaints
Bonus points for the Fisher Space Pen!
When you’ve gone full gray-man, your chapstick has no label.