Vinicius, a tattoo artist from the great country of Brazil sends us his “Concrete Jungle Survival Kit” via Everyday Carry.
Oh, and did I mention electronic ears? Maybe he works in a noisy tattoo parlor.
He carries his little Beretta in a hand-made kydex rig, along with two spare magazines. Someone once told me not to shoot anyone with a .25 Auto because if they realize you’ve shot them, they’ll be very angry with you. Not sure how much truth that has, but I think I’d rather have a .22 long rifle pistol than a .25 auto. Ammo comes a whole lot cheaper and more plentiful.
Obviously much of the world enjoys a blade culture where America loves its guns. That would explain why Mr. Vinicius carries three serious blades (two S&Ws I suspect are made in China) and one on his Leatherman Rebar multi-tool.
In America, I suspect those knucks would land you in trouble in most locations, although in Brazil, that little .25 Auto might pose a bigger threat to its owner unless he has a license.
I know Brazil’s new president brought with him new ideology when it comes to empowering the citizenry to own and carry firearms.
He’s got a lot of other stuff too. Peruse the post to see descriptions of it all.