I do have to say his gear looks brand spanking new. As in just unwrapped it. Maybe he takes really, really good care of it. Well, that and I hope he puts loaded cartridges into his SP-101 before he leaves the house. In fact, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to carry it loaded inside the house as well. I do. I imagine plenty of POTG reading TTAG do the same as well.
That’s “People of the Gun” reading “The Truth About Guns” for newbies.
I’m guessing he’s not carrying wad-cutters for self-defense, although I’ve heard from some nationally-known instructors at the Tactical Conference over the years that say wad cutters aren’t a bad choice. “You can do a lot worse,” one of the instructors said. “…a lot worse.”
The Ruger SP-101 .357 Talo Edition is a great little gun, especially if you get an action job on it to smooth out the trigger pull and maybe lighten it just a smidgen. It’s accurate and virtually indestructible if you have the money and desire to shoot full-house loads all day long.
He wears a Citizens Eco-Drive watch. The Relentless Tactical “Defender” IWB holster looks like a winner as well. The Pokka Pen looks neat. I had to follow the link to learn more about it. And I added an 8-pack to my Amazon cart. I have to wonder if he’s a firefighter, even though he says his occupation is ‘nunya’ business. Why? The Recycled Firefighter pocket pouch. I suspect hose draggers would find such a product more appealing than the average Joe Sixpack.