This Texan writes how this stuff gets carried on “days where a jacket is able to be worn, and days might be a little wider traveled.”
Looking it over, I’m asking myself if Doug carries his 1911 as a backup gun. He has three reloads (two speed strips and one speedloader) for his Ruger SP-101, but only a single one for his Remington R1 1911.
The other thing I noticed in the upper left-hand corner is the (in)famous CIA letter opener. They make excellent tools with which to open letters, ahem, and carry through metal detectors without detection. Of course, I’ve made it through magnetometers without issue by simply throwing my tactical pen in the bowl full of metal “stuff” for screening. And with a tactical pen, I can write letters as well as open them.
I must say, I’ve finally found a guy who carries about as much stuff as I do.
Keep up the good work, Doug.