Not a .40: Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day

Mark Bless of Arnold, Missouri says this is “Typical EDC. All items are in rotation. My first chronograph watch.”

His EDC includes a Gen 4 GLOCK 27 with a 9mm Alpha Wolf Conversion, an assortment of knives, and a couple challenge coins.


  1. avatar Ralph says:

    I have a 9mm conversion for my S&W M&P40c, for those times when I prefer to shoot a less lethal caliber.

    1. avatar John in AK says:

      Now, THAT was funny. You’re not likely to win many friends or influence many people with it, but that was DEFINITELY funny.

      Maybe the next step is a kit to convert 9×19 pistols to fire .380ACP, for those times you REALLY don’t want to hurt somebody.

      1. avatar kahlil says:

        that’s what my .22 conversion kit is for on my Beretta 96A1 😉

        1. avatar Appendix carry dildo says:

          I am looking for a .22lr conversion kit for my .50 Desert Eagle. I would get the best of both worlds, the concealabity and light weight of the Desert Eagle, and the libtard friendly .22lr for when I want to look lethal and that’s about it. I would also make sure to aim below the knees.

    2. avatar Danny Curtis says:

      What conversion kit should I use on my Sig .40 cal if I just want to hurt someone’s feelings?

    3. avatar B.D. says:

      well said.

      why the fuck would anyone convert a .40 to a 9?

      then again, his profile pic does have a handlebar mustache….

  2. avatar BJI says:

    I have a 9mm and a .357 Sig barrel for my Gen 3 Glock 35 and also a .40 S&W barrel with conventional rifling for lead bullets.

  3. avatar Joel says:

    I like that top knife. More info please?

    1. avatar Jeremy D. says:

      Hit the link to the Everyday Carry site, they give you a list

    2. avatar MARK BLESS says:

      Bestech Warwolf. D2 steel.

  4. avatar Westward Ho says:

    I like to take a car with a reputation for bulletproof reliability from the factory like a Honda Civic or a Toyota Camry, and so fundamentally change it with third-party crap that I have no idea whether it will go 20 feet or 200,000 miles before breaking down.

    s/ guys who modify Glocks

    1. avatar John in AK says:

      Now, see here! Every single one of those mods makes a Glock more ‘shootier,’ and adds one or two inches more range and maybe a couple of ft-lbs of muzzle energy.

    2. avatar SouthAl says:

      What he did was like putting a lawn mower engine in the Camry or Civic, when he could have bought it that way to start with.

    3. avatar Appendix carry dildo says:

      I like to dress like a woman after 10pm

    4. avatar Daniel says:

      I have an S3F Solutions 9mm conversion barrel for my Glock 23 that I’ve shot about 700 rounds through with no malfunctions. With my stock barrel I’ve had 2 FTE malfunctions in about 1000 rounds but both within the first 200 rounds or so and both with different new magazines. I still carry it with the stock barrel but the conversion barrel is winning me over. Being that the conversion barrel has been malfunction free and the stock barrel has had 2 malfunctions which would you feel more comfortable carrying?

      1. avatar John Jorge Bill Samuel Guttierez Hill from Winchester-on-the-Brazos, TX says:

        You were probably limp wristing. All Daniel I know shoot like wimps.

      2. avatar Danny Curtis says:

        Daniel. Is this a trick question?

        1. avatar Daniel says:

          No trick.

  5. avatar J drizzle says:

    What’s with the flesh light?

    1. avatar Geoff "Mess with the Bull, get the Horns" PR says:

      Oh, so you’re familiar with that ‘device’?

      Can’t get a date? 😉

    2. avatar John Jorge Bill Samuel Guttierez Hill from Winchester-on-the-Brazos, TX says:

      They’re okay. I have the Alexis Texas, Asa Akira, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg flesh lights.

  6. avatar MARK BLESS says:

    I bought the conversion for cheaper practice. Never have had a single malfunction. Utterly reliable and as accurate as the Glock barrel. 9mm is just easier to shoot accurately. Wish I had went with 9 from the beginning, but got a great deal on a Glock 23 to start and stuck with .40. Both have conversions now.

    1. avatar Creedmoor tactical princess says:

      I know. My first dildo is a 8inch and it’s just not enough, I wish I had gone with a foot long right away instead of buying another 8inch and using tape. Sure, the double 8inch is a lot of gun for the money, but you have to replace the tape frequently. Oh well live and learn.

      1. avatar Daniel says:

        You should have went with the 24” double dong instead.

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