In it, Mark has a GLOCK 19 (carried on an empty chamber, apparently) in a Bravo Concealment holster. Bravo Concealment sent me a holster to do a review on shortly before my life turned upside down last summer. I liked it so much I’ve worn it for most of the last seven or eight months, which should speak volumes for its comfort, utility and durability. Look for that review later this month.
We also see that Mark’s got an automatic knife in that Gerber 06 Auto. So long as it doesn’t deploy unintentionally in one’s pocket, they make for great self-defense tools. Because deploying a folder while under attack can prove difficult even for skilled knife-fighters, much less average people.
On the other hand, an unintentional deployment can pose another kind of challenge. Me, I gave up on the automatic knife after cutting three fingers deeply while reaching into my pocket for my keys one day. At first I thought my German Shepherd was bleeding as I petted him, then I saw it was me bleeding. Sharp knives don’t always leave painful cuts! Lesson learned.
Most folks don’t carry a challenge coin or a little pry tool, but depending on where one travels, both might come in handy.
Check it all out over at Everyday Carry.