Your Every Day Carry

Discussion in 'Knives, Gear, Guns And Other Tools' started by Reno Lewis, Jul 21, 2017.

  1. Hammer

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    I installed a flail on the bottom of my hammer handle so that it's more easier to conceal. But I also carry a spare flail as well.
     
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    Hahaha!
     
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    Jokes aside, he puts out some good videos and is entertaining as hell when he starts trolling.
     
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    I prefer a ball peen hammer, mostly because I ride a harley but also because it reminds the people I'm hospitalizing of the good ol 90's
     
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    Just a tip. the striker on that Exotac NanostrikerXL is tiny. If you attach your keys to that end (the flattened silver end) the keys provide a much better grip.
     
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    Very classy!
     
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    Thanks. Trying to clean up my act. :D
     
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    You liking that Trayvax wallet? I've been looking at them but not sure which one I want. Also looking at the Dango wallets....
     
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    That’s awesome!! You don’t see many folks packing revolvers—very cool. You see a lot of junior sportsmen tout the semi-auto only. Heck, I was their too. Until I got my 686, the picture got a little bigger per se and thus started a wheel-gun love affair. Very nice setup!
     
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    Classy, streamlined, practical. I like it!
     
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    Yeah, I really like it. I've tried a few different 'minimalist' wallets and it's the one I keep coming back to. It's not particularly light compared to some other options, but it's slim. And still has a classy feel to it.

    Yup - wheelguns still have their place, imo. Some may look at them as relics, but loaded with some good +P or light recoil .357, I don't think anyone would want to be on the receiving end. ;)
     
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    Revolvers are versatile. 1911s are relics...
     
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    As a side note, this was meant for one reader in particular. A guy who only owns revolvers and 1911s (although all his 1911s are of the Wilson or Ed Brown variety and he can do things with them that plenty of folks can't do with a rifle).

    It's a long time joke between him, his wife, son and me. I'll shoot one of his 1911s and after the mag is empty I'll hand it back to him and tell him it's broken because it won't shoot no more (capacity joke). Or when I go shoot at his house I'll bring a spear or slingshot so as to not "put him at a disadvantage".
     
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    A few minor updates, but this basic setup serves me well.
    • Citizen Eco-Drive watch
    • Leatherman 'Wingman' multi
    • Ruger SP101 WC .357
    • Bianchi 'Quick Strip' with a Neo pocket clip
    • Holtz front pocket wallet
    • Fisher Space Pen
    • ZT 0450CF
    • Fenix PD25
    • ToK EDC pocket pouch

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    I see some very nice EDC set ups here!

    This is my EDC - the bag is Pentagon, something like a cheap Remora copy, but for the past 8 months it has been a solid bag.

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    Glock 45, spare mag, kydex holsters for both, Manly Peak folder ( Bulgarian made, D2, great slicer), Swamp Rat Rodent Solution, Leatherman Surge, Olight S1R and M1X Striker, hardened 21'' expandable baton and crow bar extension for it, CAT tourniquet, Israeli Bandage.

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    On my person I carry the folder in front right pocket, the small flashlight in front left pocket, the gun is IWB appendix carry for right hand draw.

    If I go to a place where I can not carry the gun, the baton gets in front right pocket for fast draw and the M1X striker in front left pocket, but this is a rather rare occurrence.

    When I go to the woods, the folder and small flashlight stay at home, but the rest of the EDC is pretty much constant both urban and outdoors.
     

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