Marc lists his occupation as detention officer and says this is his hockey season carry. His gun of choice is a Springfield XD-S, a highly concealable 9mm with a 3.3-inch barrel and a 7-round capacity with a flush-fitting magazine. He also has a three-ring binder, an assortment of pens and pencils, and a paracord bracelet. There’s a Tac Force Rescue Cutter pictured, too, which is a handy device to keep in your car in case you ever get stuck after a wreck and need to cut your seat belt off.
Looks like this may be a bag-carry situation but it’s difficult to be certain. There is a DeSantis holster pictured so it’s possible everything but the XD-S goes into the bag. So now for something a little different.
If you carry a bag, whether you’re a guy with a pack or a woman who carries a purse, and you also have a handgun holstered, does the bag/purse/satchel impede your drawstroke? Do you carry the bag on the same side as your handgun? Have you ever given thought to whether or not it might cause issues if you need to defend yourself? Things to ponder.