Robert Farago's Everyday Carry (courtesy thetruthaboutguns.com)
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So I’ve run out of pocket dumps from everydaycarry.com. While I await a fresh batch I thought I’d share today’s loadout. It’s pretty piss poor . . .

three tokens for Pinballz Arcade won’t even get you one game of Cirqus Voltaire. And I didn’t include my iPhone 7+ because I didn’t buy two of them.

I normally carry a knife but I used the Kershaw Skyline to adjust the magic trunk potentiometer on Theater of Magic and forgot to put it back in my pocket. The knife that is.

The wallet’s made buffalo hide, which is great for durability but lousy for the buffalo (having to be skinned and all).

The Gold’s gym ID thingie is useful for removing keto-friendly meat from between my teeth. TMI? Tell that to the 30 pounds I lost by not eating the foods that make life worth living (e.g., cheesecake).

The sunglasses are Ray Ban frames with monovision lenses; the right lense for close in, the left for distance.

The setup works great for shooters who’d otherwise be wearing bi- or trifocal lenses, moving their head like an amphetamine-crazed owl to try to see their front and rear sights and the target. Unless it gives you blinding headaches. The monovision thing that is. Not crackhead owls.

The Wilson EDC X9 is the most important part of my everyday carry. Shooting it’s like cheating: minimal recoil, maximum ergonomics. I highly recommend the pistol, just as I highly recommend Perry’s Steakhouse, minus the cheesecake but bien sûr  Château Margaux (archaically La Mothe de Margaux). Finances permitting.

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21 COMMENTS

  1. Yeah, even if you sink every Skee-Ball into the 10k hole, three tokens worth of tickets might get you a Chinese finger puzzle or a slap bracelet.
    🤠

  2. No tourniquet! No Field Notes! You dast show these meager provisions!?

    Seriously though – what skin for the WIlson? IWB, OWB?

    And how long to get used to the Sunglasses. Seems similar to LSD therapy to me.

    And Kudos for showing your dump. Get your Nomex suit out.

  3. Not sure what keto-friendly meat is, but if you want something that’s like beef only leaner, tougher and less flavorful, try bison!

    I mean, you took his hide, you might as well use the carcass. Just sayin’.

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