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Everyday Carry (Picture Edition)

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by tomorrowstars, Mar 20, 2011.

  1. DerekS

    DerekS Guyliner

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    typically this is what i carry...wallet, keys, glock 26, and my GMT.
    [​IMG]
     


  2. jet

    jet Persian Bro

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    Need to cop me a kimber 45.

    That or a sig.
     


  3. DerekS

    DerekS Guyliner

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    Need to cop me a kimber 45.

    That or a sig.


    skip the kimber jet. please. Get a colt if you want a 1911. ive owned a couple....[​IMG]

    i do like sigs. but I still prefer a glock trigger.
     


  4. Boognish

    Boognish Well-Known Member

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    Wait...I get it now. By busting out a desert eagle, a Rambo-ass knife and a five-pound bag of jerky I can finally put an end to all those "man purse" comments...sweet.

    (In all seriousness, my grandfather was also a responsible, concealed-weapon-permit-holding, NRA-loving gun enthusiast...that is, until my uncle broke into his gun cabinet, removed the trigger lock from a 9mm and killed himself. In one day, my grandfather's lifelong stance on gun rights changed, as he realized that the theories he so passionately preached don't always work out in practice.)


    Cool story brah.

    And Jet...mimbers are most definately not baller. I've made that mistake too.
     


  5. YoungAmerican

    YoungAmerican Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    Cool story brah.

    This dude just wrote the story of how his uncle committed suicide. Jesus you're callous.
     


  6. HgaleK

    HgaleK Senior member

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    This dude just wrote the story of how his uncle committed suicide. Jesus you're callous.

    It sucks, but it's really irrelevant to the discussion. If not a gun it would have been pills. It's the way suicide works. This is coming from a dude who shares (AFAIK) very similar views to Globe on carry weapons.
     


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    Lee, specs on the wrench please.

    Peter Atwood LockNut Monster... in glorious S30V!
     


  8. Gingahbman

    Gingahbman Senior member

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    This dude just wrote the story of how his uncle committed suicide. Jesus you're callous.

    It sucks, but it's really irrelevant to the discussion. If not a gun it would have been pills. It's the way suicide works. This is coming from a dude who shares (AFAIK) very similar views to Globe on carry weapons.

    Not everyone has to agree with the moral of his story, but they at least can be civil about it. There's a way of getting your point across, and then there's being callous.

    On a side note, I'm surprised at how many of you walk around with knives. I have no problem with it, but have any of you actual had to use it before? I am making the assumption that the main purpose of these knives are self defense.
     


  9. Rosenberg

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    don't understand the kimber hate
     


  10. Rosenberg

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    [​IMG]
    I don't actually carry the knife/light/pen. Swiss army has small knife/light/pen and gets by for emergency needs.


    Just noticed this knife. I carried it for years. Browning Ti Liner Lock, except your Browning badge fell out [​IMG]
     


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    man a lot of people who post on this site have ugly ass costanza wallets
     


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    On a side note, I'm surprised at how many of you walk around with knives. I have no problem with it, but have any of you actual had to use it before? I am making the assumption that the main purpose of these knives are self defense.
    I carry a knife because I always seem to need one for one thing or another. I have two that I regularly rotate and both would be effective in a self defense situation but it's not the main reason I carry one.
    don't understand the kimber hate
    Neither do I. I won two State Championships with a Custom Eclipse with a comp on it. It was one of the most accurate handguns I ever owned and shot smooth as silk.
     


  14. Boognish

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    Not everyone has to agree with the moral of his story, but they at least can be civil about it. There's a way of getting your point across, and then there's being callous.

    On a side note, I'm surprised at how many of you walk around with knives. I have no problem with it, but have any of you actual had to use it before? I am making the assumption that the main purpose of these knives are self defense.


    Utility over self defense. It's one of the oldest simple tools in existence. I use it nearly every day, and don't understand how anybody gets by without one. I used my Cyclone last week to cut a stranded lady's battery cable back, and replace her terminal clamp in the grocery store parking lot. I used a piece of concrete to hammer the knife through the cable, and the back of the blade as a screwdriver.
     


  15. globetrotter

    globetrotter Senior member

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    Utility over self defense. It's one of the oldest simple tools in existence. I use it nearly every day, and don't understand how anybody gets by without one. I used my Cyclone last week to cut a stranded lady's battery cable back, and replace her terminal clamp in the grocery store parking lot. I used a piece of concrete to hammer the knife through the cable, and the back of the blade as a screwdriver.

    here I agree with you - knives separate us from the apes
     


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