Home EDC for CCW Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day: gratiafabula EDC for CCW Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day: gratiafabula By Dan Zimmerman - February 12, 2016 31 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ Here’s mechanical engineer gratiafabula’s EDC. The star of this show: a Springfield XD-S .45 in a Werkz holster. You can see the details on the rest of his gear and lots of others’ at Everyday Carry. ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Things That Don’t Suck: SOG Kiku XR Blackout Folder A New Classic: The Remington Prospector Baby Bullet Knife With Jigged Bone Handles Everyday Carry: Always Have the Fundamental Four When You Leave the House 31 COMMENTS This line of posts is a waste of my data plan. Reply It only loaded when you chose to click on it. Reply I’m indifferent to this series (I preferred weapons of war), but you are right, although somewhat unfairly. I normally scroll to the bottom of the page or the last story I recognize. I start with the one above it, and then use the little advance arrow to move to the next story. I did choose to load it, but the simplest loading solution funnels me to it. Still normally I see the series name and move along (I do that for a couple others unless the sub-topic is especially interesting to me), with the only cost being a couple MB of data and 5 seconds of my time. Reply I like this line of posts. Seeing what people EDC is fascinating. Reply THIS is a good one. Whut’s with the old-school phone? Not that mines much better… Reply ” Whut’s with the old-school phone?” A smart man (or woman) doesn’t need a ‘smart’ ‘phone… What’s that skinny black thing with the ring? Reply A reusable suppository. Or a kubotan. Reply I thought it was a tactical pen. Maybe it’s a tactical suppository delivery system (with knurled grip for positive retrieval)? Never claimed to be smart Geoff -but my 3g $15 smart phone helps when I find $15 paintings at garage sales I sell for 32000bucks. Or when I get lost and google maps is better than the maps I used to carry(and the fine art price guides)… Reply That Kershaw is a nice knife for under $50, it’s stout. Reply I think that’s an xm 18. Likely as much as the gun. Reply Huh, it looks exactly like my kershaw. Though a friend has the same knife rebranded and paid $150 for it. Reply Like ‘flip-er’ knives I have a 20 year old Kershaw drop-point lockback that’s still sharp enough to shave with. Reply Every pocket dunp ever: Blah Blah Gun Blah Blah Holster Blah Blah light Blah Blah knife Blah Blah phone Blah Blah Keys/Ring and a bunch of other crap nobody cares about least of all your fvcking wallet. Just end this series now. Its boring, useless and nauseatingly redundant. Reply Right there with ya Mack. For Christ Sakes Man how intriguing can a pocket dump be? Perhaps an undergarment? A map? Laser measuring device? Oh I know a sauce packet, some salt, or hot sauce? A condiment dump that’s the ticket. Reply Its boring, useless and nauseatingly redundant. The same may be said about you, yet nobody is clamoring for your removal. Yet. Reply Amen! I’d rather see a photo of his crappy living room. Reply QQ more chief, some of us who actually EDC love this stuff. Furthermore, the effort put into posting a complaint could have been manifested in a million other activities, some of which might have actually entertained you or created some kind of personal benefit. I actually would like to know if people have a holster they love carrying because of x or y reason. Reply I personally like this series, regardless of what some others say. If you don’t like it, then don’t read it – and definitely don’t comment on it. Stop trying to get TTAG to stop running it because some of us here enjoy it. I like the fact that they’re trying new things here, and I hope they come up with even more new ideas. Reply I’m pretty ambivalent on it either way, but if you enjoy it that much, you do know that like 1/10th of the non-sex internet is dedicated to this sort of “pocket dump” thing, right? Reposting it here just seems sort of redundant and unnecessary to me. Reply 1/10th of the non-sex internet is about .00001% of the internet. Reply Hence the qualifier “non-sex”. I strive for accuracy in all things. Wait. There’s sex on the internet? Why the hell am I wasting my time on guns? Reply I agree that this is an enjoyable series. Not only has it turned me on to the everyday carry website that is very well made and a great source for gear ideas, it is intriguing to learn what others find worth carrying with them on a daily basis. We get so many reviews and gear suggestions from professionals who have had thousands of hours with some of the best gear that very few of us will ever have the chance to buy. As such, you get people that are carrying 300$ knives (which are great) so it is good to see what other people have made the choice to carry that is worth their time, energy and hard earned money. Reply Even though I know other people carry, I enjoy being reminded of it. It’s like seeing somebody turn and you see the outline of their concealed carry piece and you can’t help but smile because you recognize a fellow traveler. Reply I like seeing what people carry. I just wish there was more info on how they do it. How many pockets do they spread it out over? How big are those pockets in general? Are they wearing cargo pants? Shorts? How many items are in one pocket? In what arrangement? I’m always fidgeting with the arrangement of my standard load-out and am always looking for a better way. Reply Nice phone homie. The gun is the only thing in his pockets from this century. Reply I’m going to have a friend take a picture of my daily pocket carry contents tomorrow. When you see my phone you’ll know why I need the help! Reply It doesn’t have a pull-out antenna and a separate battery box, does it? Reply That multitool holster leaves no doubt that it has actually been carried every day. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.