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Old 03-08-2012, 12:04   #1
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Current EDC, let's see some pics

Ok, let's see what everybody's carrying right now, here's what I've got.

Gen 4 G27 with XS Big Dot's, Comp-tac Mtac, SOG Aegis, wallet, keys, Casio G-Shock
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Old 04-06-2012, 19:53   #2
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The items in the first picture are my EDC. When I am on campus the big knife and the gun do not go with.

The second picture is a pocket organizer that is almost, but not quite always, in a cargo pocket.


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Old 04-06-2012, 20:23   #3
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I make changes depending upon where I'm going or what I'm wearing. Sometimes no LCP, sometimes just the LCP, sometimes just the Kershaw (e.g., Church...cannot carry a gun in GA). On the left is a couple of holster options that I typically alternate between for my LCP. The LCP has a Crimson Trace laser sight. The holsters are a Huntsman and DeSantis.

The small flashlight uses one AAA battery. It's an ITP A3 EOS with 3 different luminance settings from 1.5 lumens at low to 18 lumens at medium to 80 lumens at high.

The belt is from Beltman. I love it. Very sturdy.

MTAC holster for the G19. I could fill the screen with my other holster variants. That just happens to be the one that I now use the most. I also have the Kydex piece for my XDSC so I can convert my MTAC to carry between the G19 and XDSC.

Kershaw Whirlwind pocket knife. I love the Ken Onion knives.

Finally changed the cell phone from the one in the pic. Now have an HTC 4G.

FoxLabs flip top 2 oz pepper spray.
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Old 04-07-2012, 10:15   #4
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Kinda simple, but I am a simple man! There is another 10-rd. magazine for the 26 that I didn't put in the photo and a pepper spray that I am considering:

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Old 04-07-2012, 10:53   #5
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Beretta Nano, Ruger LCR .38 and a reload for each:

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Old 04-07-2012, 15:26   #6
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Old 04-07-2012, 18:05   #7
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-Gerber Multi Tool
-Stanley screwdriver
-Eye glasses screw driver
-Cyalume glow stick
-2 Mini cyalume glow sticks
-Pentagon Flashlight
-micro flashlight
-550 cord
-zip ties
-Advil
-water proof matches
-Sharpie
-Space pen
-Single use Krazy Glue
-Chapstick
-Mini Lighter
-Flash Drive
-Tweesers
-Can Opener
-2 AA Lithium Batteries
-Immodium
-Bandaids
-Magnifying glass (flat)
-Duct Tape
-Electrical Tape
-Note Pad
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Old 04-07-2012, 20:34   #8
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-Gerber Multi Tool
-Stanley screwdriver
-Eye glasses screw driver
-Cyalume glow stick
-2 Mini cyalume glow sticks
-Pentagon Flashlight
-micro flashlight
-550 cord
-zip ties
-Advil
-water proof matches
-Sharpie
-Space pen
-Single use Krazy Glue
-Chapstick
-Mini Lighter
-Flash Drive
-Tweesers
-Can Opener
-2 AA Lithium Batteries
-Immodium
-Bandaids
-Magnifying glass (flat)
-Duct Tape
-Electrical Tape
-Note Pad
Is that civilian EDC?
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Old 04-07-2012, 20:44   #9
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One of the guns pictured (Kobra Carry .45, CQB Compact .38, Sig 238 .380), one of the picture holsters (Milt Spaks VMII, Desanti Nemisis and Tagua belt holster) and one of the knives pictured (Al Mar Nomad and Eagle). Some times a extra magazine in the mag carrier pictured, sometimes not.

I never carry more than one gun or knife. I do have a 5" 1911 in my car at all times though. I also carry my phone, keys and wallet of course. And that is it
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Old 04-08-2012, 08:49   #10
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Old 04-08-2012, 09:01   #11
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Old 04-08-2012, 09:28   #12
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H&K P2000sk 9mm
Highnoon Hideaway horsehide AIWB holster
Spyderco P'Kal
SOG Twitch II
Surefire E1 LED
Cell, wallet, keys.
At work I add a SOG Powerlock multi-tool

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Old 04-08-2012, 11:10   #13
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somewhat off-topic:

99 percent of people carrying knives would never use it to stab someone in self-defense.

most wouldn't even remember they have a knife in a deadly force situation.

how many times have we read here at GT "and this gangbanger was approaching me at a fast pace so I put my hand on my glock and gave him a loud command....."?

never have we read "and this gangbanger was approaching me at a fast pace so I put my hand on my knife and gave him a loud command......".

other than to look cool in public and/or to post photos on EDC threads here at GT, most people carry knives to cut dried sausage or clean under their fingernails, that's about it.

it's true.
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Old 04-08-2012, 11:15   #14
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somewhat off-topic:

99 percent of people carrying knives would never use it to stab someone in self-defense.

most wouldn't even remember they have a knife in a deadly force situation.

how many times have we read here at GT "and this gangbanger was approaching me at a fast pace so I put my hand on my glock and gave him a loud command....."?

never have we read "and this gangbanger was approaching me at a fast pace so I put my hand on my knife and gave him a loud command......".

other than to look cool in public and/or to post photos on EDC threads here at GT, most people carry knives to cut dried sausage or clean under their fingernails, that's about it.

it's true.
It is true, but then I carry my wallet, car keys and cell phone none of which I would use to defend myself. They all have their purposes, including the knife I carry. I think EDC goes beyond self defense tools, into everyday useful tools.
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Is that civilian EDC?
Yes it is.
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Yes it is.
Do you keep info stored on the jump drive?
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Old 04-08-2012, 13:52   #17
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Here's mine.

Sig 229 .40 currently loaded with Ranger T-Series 165 JHP.

Saber Red O.C.

Streamlight Strion LED.

Streamlight Microstream.

My Kershaw knife and cell.

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99 percent of people carrying knives would never use it to stab someone in self-defense.
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it's true.
99% of people who make assumptions about what other people will or won't do with their knives are mouth breathing morons.

It's true.

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Do you keep info stored on the jump drive?
Yes, mainly for work. I have an EDC in my back pack I carry for work, and the EDC I have in my vehicle. Both have a flash drive.
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Old 04-08-2012, 21:00   #20
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Here's mine.

Sig 229 .40 currently loaded with Ranger T-Series 165 JHP.

Saber Red O.C.

Streamlight Strion LED.

Streamlight Microstream.

My Kershaw knife and cell.

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I always enjoy seeing non smartphones! Reminds me that there are people out there that still use a phone for a phone!
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I always enjoy seeing non smartphones! Reminds me that there are people out there that still use a phone for a phone!
People use smartphones for a phone, too.

But they can also use it for a helluva lot of other things that the non smartphone owners can only dream of.
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People use smartphones for a phone, too.

But they can also use it for a helluva lot of other things that the non smartphone owners can only dream of.
My phone costs me $80 a year. What's your smart phone cost, around $1,200+ per year?

That's a difference of $1,120. That's another $1,120 that I can spend on ammo. Now that's smart!
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I always enjoy seeing non smartphones! Reminds me that there are people out there that still use a phone for a phone!
I bought this phone (Trac Phone) almost six years ago. I put a 60 minute card on it when I bought it. I have over 600 minutes on it now. I simply don't use my cell that much. I don't need a phone that costs me $100 a month. I don't have a desire to send pictures, receive e-mail or even send/receive text.

Heck, I rarely have my phone on anyhow! Although I usually have a company phone with me because of my job. That's about the only time I really use a cell is for work. My personal is for when I'm not near a land line and I need to make a call. You know, the thing that cell phones are supposed to be used for.

If I want to surf the net, I'll use my laptop.
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Old 04-09-2012, 00:28   #24
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Sig P239 9mm OWB in a Don Hume H721. Spare mag in a single pouch at 11:00.

Surefire E2E clipped in my back pocket and some form of folding knife (changes daily).

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Rarely I carry just the 442 in a pocket with a speed strip in the off hand pocket. I rely on that for rare occasions when wearing dress clothes and need a deep concealment gun. Mostly weddings, dinners, etc...

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I use a cheapo uncle mikes pocket holster and it works well.

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Old 04-09-2012, 00:52   #25
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Lately it's been the S&W 4506-1 in a Galco King Tuk (for a SIG P226, but fits perfectly), with 2 spare 8 round mags in a Blackhawk tension-fit dual mag holder. This all hides just fine on me (5'10", 150 pounds).

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