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Everyday Carry (Picture Edition)

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

  1. woodrow5000

    woodrow5000 New Member

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    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
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  2. brad-t

    brad-t Senior member

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    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!
     
  3. Crane's

    Crane's Senior member

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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.
     
  4. Boognish

    Boognish Well-Known Member

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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.
     
  5. Teger

    Teger Senior member

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    if you aren't a 'casual' gun carrier what are you? a cop? a cowboy?
     
  6. Boognish

    Boognish Well-Known Member

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    if you aren't a 'casual' gun carrier what are you? a cop? a cowboy?

    I think what he means is that "casual carry" is irresponsible and insulting. When you exercise your rights by carrying within the law, you are taking on massive amounts of responsibilities. Only a fool would take carrying a firearm lightly.
     
  7. Crane's

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    if you aren't a 'casual' gun carrier what are you? a cop? a cowboy?
    I think what he means is that "casual carry" is irresponsible and insulting. When you exercise your rights by carrying within the law, you are taking on massive amounts of responsibilities. Only a fool would take carrying a firearm lightly.
    Carrying concealed should never be taken casually. Next I'll specifically address Teger. I'm a multi level multi discipline firearms instructor. In simple terms that means I can teach skill sets to civilians, LE and military personnel and have done so for years. I won't elaborate any further on the subject.
     
  8. brad-t

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    LOL. I'm not what you call a casual gun carrier and what I wrote has nothing to do with elaborate murder fantasies.

    Right.
     
  9. Crane's

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    Right.
    You clearly have problems when it comes to understanding what you read Uncontrol. Here's some advice. Talk about something you actually know about versus that which you clearly do not. Things might go better for you. Really.
     
  10. johnH123

    johnH123 Senior member

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    Right.
    You help design toys (or something remotely similar/unimportant). /thread for you.
     
  11. Pangolin

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    You help design toys (or something remotely similar/unimportant).

    /thread for you.


    I would be happier if people carried toys around instead of guns.
    Also, you're from Canada. Your opinion is unimportant.
     
  12. thatoneguy

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  13. Teger

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    Carrying concealed should never be taken casually. Next I'll specifically address Teger. I'm a multi level multi discipline firearms instructor. In simple terms that means I can teach skill sets to civilians, LE and military personnel and have done so for years. I won't elaborate any further on the subject.

    oh so you don't have any actual justification for carrying two guns.
     
  14. Boognish

    Boognish Well-Known Member

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    oh so you don't have any actual justification for carrying two guns.

    Sure he does. It's his right.
     
  15. Teger

    Teger Senior member

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    Sure he does. It's his right.

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  16. Hot Dog Day #49

    Hot Dog Day #49 Senior member

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    Teger why are you always arguing with everyone. Why are you so angry dude? I see you on other forums doing the same thing. Are you going to be okay?
     
  17. Teger

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    what forums do you see my argue on? SA? I haven't posted on SA in like a year.

    and because uncontrol is right, crane is living out some awful murder fantasy and its gross.
     
  18. Crane's

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    oh so you don't have any actual justification for carrying two guns.
    Sure I do, see below for one and it isn't worth the white space to explain it to you any further.
    Sure he does. It's his right.
    [​IMG]
     
  19. Teger

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    Sure I do, see below for one and it isn't worth the white space to explain it to you any further.



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    you are confusing "right" with "duty" [​IMG]
     

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