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post #91 of 485
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Originally Posted by Crane's View Post
GT the auto goes in the back pocket. First round is a hollow point followed by 6 Buffalo Bore +P solids for penetration. They hit almost as good as 9MM. Sometimes the mini does as well. The holster in the pic (mini) is a back pocket/front pocket holster depending on how I configure it. Yeah it's a 22LR five shot SA revolver that lives most of the time around the ankle. If I'm on the ground I can get to it and screw it into the BGs nose and clear his ocular cranial cavity for him.

Most of the stuff in the pic goes in the Saddleback satchel so I'm not loaded down.

that's an interesting configuration. I never really knew anything about pocket carry - I don't know if the holsters weren't around in my day, or if they just weren't something that my friends knew about. I am all for smaller guns - I think that a 380 is a perfectly fine weapon. I think that were I to ever go back to carrying, that would be the type of thing I would be in the market for.
post #92 of 485
Some People Asked..

Bracelet is a custom Tateosssian Scoubidou
Black thing is my cars Key-Fob
Glasses are Terry Brogan 8676, before Kanye wore them, sold them since
post #93 of 485
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Isn't it redundant to carry a card case, money clip, and wallet?

I was thinking the same thing.

I carry my iPhone in my pants pocket, everything else in my jacket.
Clorets original gum
Nivea
Wallet
Keys
iPhone earbuds
post #94 of 485
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Originally Posted by Crane's View Post
GT the auto goes in the back pocket. First round is a hollow point followed by 6 Buffalo Bore +P solids for penetration. They hit almost as good as 9MM. Sometimes the mini does as well. The holster in the pic (mini) is a back pocket/front pocket holster depending on how I configure it. Yeah it's a 22LR five shot SA revolver that lives most of the time around the ankle. If I'm on the ground I can get to it and screw it into the BGs nose and clear his ocular cranial cavity for him.
lol
post #95 of 485
Keys for home and office.
Cash, ATM cards in wallet.
Passport.
USB stick.
Mobile phone.
No guns.
post #96 of 485
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lol
lolwut?
post #97 of 485
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Originally Posted by Crane's View Post
I'll play. P&S camera in case Coach card case Iphone Ram stick Verizon wireless hotspot Moleskine in Gfeller case with a Surefire E2D ED Defender sitting on it Paul Smith wallet Cash in Silver clip Moleskine Day Planner NAA Mini revolver & holster NAA Guardian 380 & holster.
Cash clip is for those who don't carry wallets, right? or Wallet holds both cc and cash?
post #98 of 485
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Cash clip is for those who don't carry wallets, right? or Wallet holds both cc and cash?
Read a bit further down you'll get it.
post #99 of 485
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Read a bit further down you'll get it.
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post #101 of 485
Rookie poster. Thought I'd weigh in on this one. Some really nice carry options posted, so far.
Feel like I'm always prepared with this carry, though sometimes I'll alternate the SAK with a slimmer folder (when wearing suits etc.).

Moleskin
Stainless Sharpie
Zebra F-701
Fossil Arkitekt
Car Keys
More keys (w Utilikey)
Victorinox SAK Driver
Mag Solitaire
Leather Wallet
Kerchief
iPhone4 w Otterbox Commuter
LL
post #102 of 485
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Originally Posted by Crane's View Post
GT the auto goes in the back pocket. First round is a hollow point followed by 6 Buffalo Bore +P solids for penetration. They hit almost as good as 9MM. Sometimes the mini does as well. The holster in the pic (mini) is a back pocket/front pocket holster depending on how I configure it. Yeah it's a 22LR five shot SA revolver that lives most of the time around the ankle. If I'm on the ground I can get to it and screw it into the BGs nose and clear his ocular cranial cavity for him.

Thank you for confirming my belief that people who casually carry guns around have elaborate murder fantasies. I sure feel safe now!
post #103 of 485
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Thank you for confirming my belief that people who casually carry guns around have elaborate murder fantasies. I sure feel safe now!
LOL. I'm not what you call a casual gun carrier and what I wrote has nothing to do with elaborate murder fantasies. What I said to GT involves firearms tactics and terminal ballistics. Two things an ex OP guy understands whereas someone with no experience such as yourself does not. For that matter casual carry types don't either.
post #104 of 485
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Thank you for confirming my belief that people who casually carry guns around have elaborate murder fantasies. I sure feel safe now!

You assume too much. If I was the assuming type, I would guess that you carry a magical sword or such, much like the Final Fantasy character you emulate.

But I don't make hasty assumptions based on emotions and fears of maters that I know nothing about.
post #105 of 485
if you aren't a 'casual' gun carrier what are you? a cop? a cowboy?
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