Fake news? I dunno. I mean it IS possible to carry three guns discreetly. And if one is none and two is one, then three is two, and three is like having only one spare eve though you have two, and I think I better think it out again . . .
Maybe Mike A’s everydaycarry.com profile page is simply highlighting the three concealed carry guns he puts in rotation. After all, different clothes sometimes require a different gun. And while it pays to beware of the man with one gun (unless you’re a gun dealer), a good shooter can shoot any gun well.
That said, there’s a not a whole lot of difference between these handguns, size-wise.
The Taurus Millenium PT111 G2 (above) only looks large compared to Martin A’s Ruger SR9e (the $100 cheaper version of the SR9). Which only looks large in comparison to his Beretta Nano.
A trio that begs the question (oft asked by gun gurus): why would you go to smaller and smaller guns in an emergency?
Which is why I prefer to carry a spare mag for my Commander-sized 1911 rather than a smaller spare gun like my cute-as-a-button-but-a-lot-more-lethal Ruger LCP II.
Why not both? Why not three? Especially if you’re ditching all that cool stuff we’ve come to expect from EDCers: flashlights, wallets, watches, field notes, sword canes, field notes, etc.
Why not indeed? Do YOU carry a backup gun or . . . two?