Home Op-Ed Summer Minimalist – Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day Op-Ed Summer Minimalist – Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day By Dan Zimmerman - August 27, 2018 12 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email Mark lives Georgia where it can be plenty steamy this time of year. So he totes a pocketable pistol, a reliable blade (or two) and the means to ensure fresh breath at all times. What else is really necessary? RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Meet David Chipman, the Man Joe Biden Has Chosen to Lead the ATF Can a Biden Presidential Executive Order Take Away Your Guns? The Democrats’ Gun Control Harassment Strategy 12 COMMENTS what else is necessary? cell phone? rubbers? wallet with credit cards and driver’s license? all 3 of which are more useful than a second knife. Reply Nah. With these tools on hand, you can get all of those other things from anyone else at any time either by minty-fresh charm or force. Reply nuh uh, not if the other guy has THREE pocketknives. Three pocketknives beats two pocketknives, doncha know. Reply Abolish Ice Reply I truly envy his minimalist keys Reply Wallet with ID, cash, cards. Spare mag. Flashlight. Reply Is that a cockring attached to the keys? Reply Glad to see another TCP 738. I love mine and pocket carry it everywhere. Reply I think the new spectrum has replaced it. and I will admit it is more streamlined. Reply Beretta 92 2 spare 15 round magazines Buck knife Keys Wallet with ID and Concealed Carry Permit Mini flashlight Cell phone Lighter Reply Do not forget the Kel-Tec pistol. I have carried my issued P-11 in 9mm every day for 13 years in retirement. The 9mm hollow points are a proven man stopper and the pistol carries easily with the pants clip they have for it. One of the best pistols for concealed carry. I have a nice selection of concealed pistols and revolvers to choose from, but this one has done the deed when I was younger and not retired. Reply Fugggittttaboudt carrying any pistol sans holster in a pocket. You need a secure, stable platform to draw from each and every time. The last thing you want in a crisis situation is fishing around in your pocket for your firearm; or having a car key trip the trigger while in a fight with a suspect(s). Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.