Slim Shady’s Four Knives, Two Reloads and a Kahr: Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day

Mr. Plathon P. Watson submits his “Slim Shady Collection” via Everyday Carry.

A housing consultant by day, he says that this is his favorite stuff.  And, now and then he might top it off with a GLOCK 27.  Because…  perfection and all.

You’ll have to follow the link if you want to see his legs and toes in this picture.

He packs a Kahr CM40 pistol with two spare magazines.  Mucho props on the extra reloads, “extended” 6-round magazines.  Man o’ man.  Don’t give these gun grabbers any ideas.  Six rounds as a “high capacity” magazine!

Mr. Plathon P. (love the name) also packs one of the O-light S1 mini-baton flashlights.  Yeah, I’ve got one in my Amazon basket and you should probably put one in yours as well.

But the knives.  The knives!  Not one, but two Zero Tolerance Emerson Tanto Knife.  Okay, one is a 0620 and the other is a 0620F.   Plus a Bk-11 Becker Necker Knife and fancy sheath.  Mr. P. must love the knife culture.

And then there’s the pricey Boker Plus Titan Tactical Pen.







  1. avatar Specialist38 says:

    Some serious cutting power. I guess the Kahr is backup.

    1. avatar tibby says:

      The knives are more reliable.

  2. avatar Neil says:

    I’m glad for new carries. But someone needs to explain to me the need for so many blades. I carry the tiniest Swiss army knife. Ok, I have tools and knives in my car, room, and garage (or work).

    1. avatar PWinKY says:

      No idea, really. Carrying one knife is enough for me.

      I dig the Kahr though, my main carry is a Pm9. I didn’t have to wait for all these pocket 9s that have come out recently; Kahr’s been doing it for years!

  3. avatar Geoff "I'm getting too old for this shit" PR says:

    This evening’s micro “Digest” :

    “”I Will Dispose Of It”: Trump Pulls Out Of UN Arms Trade Treaty Over 2nd Amendment Concerns”

    “While supporters of the treaty have argued that it could not infringe on Second Amendment rights, the document had long been opposed by the NRA — who pointed to the treaty’s call for national record keeping and for governments to share those records, and claimed that the treaty meant that U.S. gun policy “could become the rest of the world’s business and subject to its approval, on pain of trade restrictions if it doesn’t meet ‘international norms”

    1. avatar strych9 says:

      To be a digest you kinda need more than one article.

      Might I suggest that you always include a Trump article. He seems to get a lot of attention ’round these parts.

  4. avatar Hannibal says:

    “Beware the man who has four knives, as he probably will end up accidentally cutting you trying to get his car keys out”

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