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Posted: 8/8/2014 8:11:29 PM EDT
So what are y'all toting around everyday?


Lets see some pictures!


Glock 19 with a Surefure X300 Ultra in a Peach State Concealment holster
Glock 17 magazine in a Veil Solutions IWB mag carrier
Normally a Surefure LX2 Luminax...but I can't find it :(
DPx Gear Hest 2.0
Sunnto Core Blackout
Wallet
Business card holder...falling apart
Keys with a Streamlight Nano (Awesome light for the size and price)



Link Posted: 8/9/2014 4:07:54 AM EDT
Here is my EDC. Glock 27 with a LW 40-9 barrel and 9mm mag w/flat plate. I probably should carry it with the 40S&W barrel but It's been 100% with the conversion barrel and I carry a spare G19 mag as well.


I carry AIWB and I find the 27 to carry much easier than my 19, I've considered doing the 26 grip mod to the 19 but I'd probably mess that up, not to mention that's alot of hassle for .5" of barrel length. So the 19 sits on my night stand with a light attached.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 5:01:01 AM EDT
Usually this during the week:
S&M 642-2 in cheap pocket holster
Kershaw Cryo
Streamlight ProTac 2AA
Streamlight on the keys(forgot model)



If I'm going anywhere other than back and forth to work I'll usually add this:
Kimber PRO CDP II
Old Faithful Holster I built
Spare mags in Kydex single mag pouches I built

Link Posted: 8/9/2014 5:08:53 AM EDT
Good Thread:

I hate to admit I find myself carrying this most:

M&P Bodyguard 380 (Hornady Critical Defense)
Talon Tactical Holster
Streamlight 1L

Link Posted: 8/9/2014 8:01:28 AM EDT


Glock 42 in Uncle Mikes pocket holster
Spec Ops Wallet Jr (8 years old now and still in awesome shape)
CRKT m16-02z
Streamlight Polytac

I travel light.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 8:52:25 AM EDT
Non-work light EDC


Streamlight ProTac 2L
Leather Mustache
Streamlight Stylus Pro
Screwdriver Pen
Pilot G-2 07
Shitty wallet
Smith & Wesson M&P SWMP4LS
Work iPhone 4
HTC One
Glock 42 in a Talon Tactical pocket holster.
Speer Gold Dots

Work light EDC


Streamlight ProTac 2L
Work badge and keycard
Pilot G-2 07
Shitty wallet
Gerber boxcutter
Work iPhone 4
HTC One
Glock 42 in an Uncle Mikes pocket holster
Speer Gold Dots
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 9:40:06 AM EDT
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Glock 42 in Uncle Mikes pocket holster
Spec Ops Wallet Jr (8 years old now and still in awesome shape)
CRKT m16-02z
Streamlight Polytac

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Might want to change your picture and not have your name and address showing on your permit. Just my .02
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G19 with X300 Ultra and DG switch (still testing the DG switch)
Benchmade mini griptilian D2 steel
Surefire EB1 tactical with switchback ring (still testing switchback ring)
Keys with Leatherman PS4, Leatherman Brewzer, 4sevens ML-X
wallet
iPhone 5 (used to take the picture)


I need to get me a good watch and a new wallet.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 10:19:50 AM EDT


Glock 17 Gen 4 w/ Streamlight TLR-1 loaded with Remington 147 grain Golden Sabers and 2 backup mags
Bravo Concealment holster and mag carrier
Kershaw Leek
Orient Ray
Zebra pen
AO sunglasses
iPhone 5
Keys, wallet, whatever
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 11:07:49 AM EDT
no pics, but I find my self carrying less and less every day. I have three hyrnated disks in my lower back, one right over the sciatic nerve. no matter what holster I have it is just enough to throw it off enough that a day of carrying will cause that to ache to the point I have to take it off. I have tried several holsters and even tried making half a dozen of them to get around this. still hurts.

Sig p228 when I do, money clip with ID, car key (singular, no other keys), benchmade knife, fenix p2d (old) light.

I don't even carry house keys any more since I have a code to get in the house.
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Originally Posted By gajeep94yj:
no pics, but I find my self carrying less and less every day. I have three hyrnated disks in my lower back, one right over the sciatic nerve. no matter what holster I have it is just enough to throw it off enough that a day of carrying will cause that to ache to the point I have to take it off. I have tried several holsters and even tried making half a dozen of them to get around this. still hurts.

Sig p228 when I do, money clip with ID, car key (singular, no other keys), benchmade knife, fenix p2d (old) light.

I don't even carry house keys any more since I have a code to get in the house.
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What about a shoulder holster or ankle holster? I just got a couple P64's in 9x18 makarov and it's the first time I ever considered a ankle holster as backup gun.





Link Posted: 8/9/2014 11:54:15 AM EDT
I think I am going to end up picking up a 42 to carry as a back up gun. I have some GSSF certs I can finally use once I turn 21 tomorrow!
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 12:25:24 PM EDT
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I think I am going to end up picking up a 42 to carry as a back up gun. I have some GSSF certs I can finally use once I turn 21 tomorrow!
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Great choice, a million times better than a Judge!




Link Posted: 8/9/2014 12:57:22 PM EDT
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Great choice, a million times better than a Judge!



Haha people took that joke way to serious
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Originally Posted By Gentleman4561:
I think I am going to end up picking up a 42 to carry as a back up gun. I have some GSSF certs I can finally use once I turn 21 tomorrow!


Great choice, a million times better than a Judge!



Haha people took that joke way to serious

Link Posted: 8/9/2014 2:15:02 PM EDT
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no pics, from my work computer, but g26 in a theis holster with a spare g17 mag. zt0350 as my knife and a 4sevens light.
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Originally Posted By Gentleman4561:
I think I am going to end up picking up a 42 to carry as a back up gun. I have some GSSF certs I can finally use once I turn 21 tomorrow!


Great choice, a million times better than a Judge!



Haha people took that joke way to serious



Dude, I so thought you were serious, I almost crapped my pants!



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Dude, I so thought you were serious, I almost crapped my pants!



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Originally Posted By Gentleman4561:
Originally Posted By acmech1:
Originally Posted By Gentleman4561:
I think I am going to end up picking up a 42 to carry as a back up gun. I have some GSSF certs I can finally use once I turn 21 tomorrow!


Great choice, a million times better than a Judge!



Haha people took that joke way to serious



Dude, I so thought you were serious, I almost crapped my pants!



Haha nope!
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Haha nope!
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Originally Posted By acmech1:
Originally Posted By Gentleman4561:
I think I am going to end up picking up a 42 to carry as a back up gun. I have some GSSF certs I can finally use once I turn 21 tomorrow!


Great choice, a million times better than a Judge!



Haha people took that joke way to serious



Dude, I so thought you were serious, I almost crapped my pants!



Haha nope!



Whew!

Link Posted: 8/9/2014 3:25:44 PM EDT
The Glock 30S I carry when the weather is cooler, the Polish P64 I've carried a few times in the last week since I got the holster. The P64 is small and barely noticeable in this hot weather.




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Link Posted: 8/9/2014 3:32:42 PM EDT
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Used and re-bottled in a tactical hip flask:



P3AT w/DeSantis and Gerber LST Mag. Jr.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 4:13:57 PM EDT
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What about a shoulder holster or ankle holster? I just got a couple P64's in 9x18 makarov and it's the first time I ever considered a ankle holster as backup gun.





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Originally Posted By gajeep94yj:
no pics, but I find my self carrying less and less every day. I have three hyrnated disks in my lower back, one right over the sciatic nerve. no matter what holster I have it is just enough to throw it off enough that a day of carrying will cause that to ache to the point I have to take it off. I have tried several holsters and even tried making half a dozen of them to get around this. still hurts.

Sig p228 when I do, money clip with ID, car key (singular, no other keys), benchmade knife, fenix p2d (old) light.

I don't even carry house keys any more since I have a code to get in the house.


What about a shoulder holster or ankle holster? I just got a couple P64's in 9x18 makarov and it's the first time I ever considered a ankle holster as backup gun.








I have a pair of p64s and I think they weigh as much as a fill size!

Shoulder harness and ankle really isn't practical in Georgia.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 7:11:41 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Gentleman4561:
So what are y'all toting around everyday?


Lets see some pictures!


Glock 19 with a Surefure X300 Ultra in a Peach State Concealment holster
Glock 17 magazine in a Veil Solutions IWB mag carrier
Normally a Surefure LX2 Luminax...but I can't find it :(
DPx Gear Hest 2.0
Sunnto Core Blackout
Wallet
Business card holder...falling apart
Keys with a Streamlight Nano (Awesome light for the size and price)

<a href="http://s305.photobucket.com/user/gentleman4561/media/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_0089_zps08b844ce.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i305.photobucket.com/albums/nn229/gentleman4561/Mobile%20Uploads/IMG_0089_zps08b844ce.jpg</a>


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I see I'm not the only crazy person that carries AIWB with a light attachment I like the holster
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 7:12:01 PM EDT
I love my 42. $319.99
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 7:41:55 PM EDT
I carry a scandium J-frame .357 magnum in my right front pocket. Another five round speed strip in my back left pocket. This is EDC 95% of the time. When I feel like holster carrying in cooler months, I carry my 5" Wilson Combat in a Galco KingTuk but honestly, my wallet, j-frame, cell phone and keys are what goes with me every single day. It took 20 years for me to find the perfect EDC gun and it ended up being a hammerless M&P340. Looks like this one but with LOTS of pocket wear!
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 8:07:46 PM EDT
S&W 360 in Kramer leather, CT grips and loads are Speer NYPD rounds specifically for the lil J frame.

I carry 2 loaders and or speed strips depending on attire / activity and frequently carry the above firearm in a Smartcarry holster while also carrying my G19.

My carry blade has changed to an ESEE Izula II instead of the Benchmade Auto.

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Link Posted: 8/9/2014 9:37:32 PM EDT
M&P 9 FS pro series (4.25") in a Raven Concealment OWB
Kershaw Knockout
Victorinox Swiss Army knife

10' from my desk I have 1-3 ARs, PC and battle belt.
Link Posted: 8/9/2014 10:12:00 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By gajeep94yj:
no pics, but I find my self carrying less and less every day. I have three hyrnated disks in my lower back, one right over the sciatic nerve.
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Dude - what??? You're way too young to have blown out spinal issues man.
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Dude - what??? You're way too young to have blown out spinal issues man.
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Originally Posted By gajeep94yj:
no pics, but I find my self carrying less and less every day. I have three hyrnated disks in my lower back, one right over the sciatic nerve.


Dude - what??? You're way too young to have blown out spinal issues man.



Tell me about it..... So far about every 5 years of so I go to Resurgens Orthopaedics and get them to check it out again. They still day the risks of surgery out way the risks.
Link Posted: 8/10/2014 9:16:39 AM EDT
Glock 27 and a cheap ass Browning knife.
Link Posted: 8/10/2014 9:55:45 AM EDT
Here's mine. Springfield Champion worked over by Shep. S&W 340sc and one spare mag. 1911 in a C Rusty Sherrick holster. 340 in a left hand Don Hume. Light is a nitecore srt-7, when my son isn't using it for a light saber. A benchmade knife and a iPhone


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Originally Posted By gajeep94yj:
no pics, but I find my self carrying less and less every day. I have three hyrnated disks in my lower back, one right over the sciatic nerve. no matter what holster I have it is just enough to throw it off enough that a day of carrying will cause that to ache to the point I have to take it off. I have tried several holsters and even tried making half a dozen of them to get around this. still hurts.

Sig p228 when I do, money clip with ID, car key (singular, no other keys), benchmade knife, fenix p2d (old) light.

I don't even carry house keys any more since I have a code to get in the house.
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I have kind of solved that problem by carrying either a glock or 1911 of a quick-clip
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Dude - what??? You're way too young to have blown out spinal issues man.
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Originally Posted By gajeep94yj:
no pics, but I find my self carrying less and less every day. I have three hyrnated disks in my lower back, one right over the sciatic nerve.


Dude - what??? You're way too young to have blown out spinal issues man.


I don't know how old he is, but I'm 35 and L4 on down are pretty much destroyed
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Tell me about it..... So far about every 5 years of so I go to Resurgens Orthopaedics and get them to check it out again. They still day the risks of surgery out way the risks.
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Originally Posted By gajeep94yj:
Originally Posted By 400North:
Originally Posted By gajeep94yj:
no pics, but I find my self carrying less and less every day. I have three hyrnated disks in my lower back, one right over the sciatic nerve.


Dude - what??? You're way too young to have blown out spinal issues man.


Tell me about it..... So far about every 5 years of so I go to Resurgens Orthopaedics and get them to check it out again. They still day the risks of surgery out way the risks.

I've been working we Resurgens for a while on my back as well. Two disks shot and sciatic nerve damage a couple of months ago.

They gave me a clean bill of health, but said to keep an eye out for problems. Been taking up squash at the gym with my wife and it has been good to go, but I took the kids to SkyZone yesterday and all it took was about 5-10 bounces on the trampoline and it felt like someone was poking me between the ribs in my lower back every time I landed. I unassed the trampolines and the wife restricted me to observation duty only.
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I don't know how old he is, but I'm 35 and L4 on down are pretty much destroyed
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Originally Posted By 400North:
Originally Posted By gajeep94yj:
no pics, but I find my self carrying less and less every day. I have three hyrnated disks in my lower back, one right over the sciatic nerve.


Dude - what??? You're way too young to have blown out spinal issues man.


I don't know how old he is, but I'm 35 and L4 on down are pretty much destroyed


31 here, C2-C6 are destroyed, with problems brewing in the lower lumbar, as well. The Army will do that to you.
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http://i364.photobucket.com/albums/oo81/gibby29_bucket/imagejpg1-8.jpg

Some combination of these depending on where I'm going.
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31 here, C2-C6 are destroyed, with problems brewing in the lower lumbar, as well. The Army will do that to you.
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Originally Posted By GlockLuvinRedleg:
Originally Posted By 400North:
Originally Posted By gajeep94yj:
no pics, but I find my self carrying less and less every day. I have three hyrnated disks in my lower back, one right over the sciatic nerve.


Dude - what??? You're way too young to have blown out spinal issues man.


I don't know how old he is, but I'm 35 and L4 on down are pretty much destroyed


31 here, C2-C6 are destroyed, with problems brewing in the lower lumbar, as well. The Army will do that to you.


The cs have been going, but it's not bad enough for the army to care quite yet,
The arm tingling and hand numbness droit fucking piss me off, that's and the neck pain
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31 here, C2-C6 are destroyed, with problems brewing in the lower lumbar, as well. The Army will do that to you.
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Originally Posted By Moose11B:
Originally Posted By GlockLuvinRedleg:
Originally Posted By 400North:
Originally Posted By gajeep94yj:
no pics, but I find my self carrying less and less every day. I have three hyrnated disks in my lower back, one right over the sciatic nerve.


Dude - what??? You're way too young to have blown out spinal issues man.


I don't know how old he is, but I'm 35 and L4 on down are pretty much destroyed


31 here, C2-C6 are destroyed, with problems brewing in the lower lumbar, as well. The Army will do that to you.



Just turned 36. But I have had this since high school. I installed kitchen cabinets to save money for college. 6' tall and any 135#s isn't the right body type to be slinging cabinets around by your self.

What's a quick clip? The super tuck is the most comfortable for me.
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The quick clip is the one that looks like a knife pocket clip

I'm sorry, it's called the clip draw

I wear mine on the right side of my waist, they make them for 1911s and a couple other guns too, it's a lot more secure than it looks, and its pretty well concealed

If you put a muses trigger guard on it you can disregard the warning on the clip

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31 here, C2-C6 are destroyed, with problems brewing in the lower lumbar, as well. The Army will do that to you.
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Originally Posted By GlockLuvinRedleg:
Originally Posted By 400North:
Originally Posted By gajeep94yj:
no pics, but I find my self carrying less and less every day. I have three hyrnated disks in my lower back, one right over the sciatic nerve.


Dude - what??? You're way too young to have blown out spinal issues man.


I don't know how old he is, but I'm 35 and L4 on down are pretty much destroyed


31 here, C2-C6 are destroyed, with problems brewing in the lower lumbar, as well. The Army will do that to you.

1911 in a shoulder rig or Bianchi lawman with two spare mags.....swiss army knife, snap-on pocket flashlight, and an AR45 in the truck......too old and grumpy to give a shit if someone dosen't like me open carrying........and I'll raise you two feet, two knees, a hip and a shoulder......one of these days I'll let the VA do some work......

And the point of that is get it documented extensively in your medical records while on active duty....my last year on active I spent about 120 days on convalescent leave.... .....and make sure you get a copy of them if you get out.........if you have to take 'em somewhere and scan 'em oyurself.
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Kahr CM9 in a Desantis Nemesis
Kahr 7 round reload in a remora holster
Spyderco Lionspy
Surefire LX2
Valeno D2 micro flashlight
Tritium key fob
Swiss Army knife with pen
Saddleback Wallet
iPhone 5 lifeproof case
Link Posted: 8/10/2014 4:32:31 PM EDT
On duty carry:
SIG P229 .357SIG
125grn Speer Gold Dot
BPT kydex rig
S&W handcuffs with key
Gerber Applegate-Fairbairn Covert folder
Surefire 6PM LED Defender
Triple Nickel


Off duty carry:
Gen4 G19 with IT M3
Winchester Ranger SXT 127grn +P+
BPT rig
Gerber Applegate-Fairbairn Covert folder
Surefire 6PM LED Defender
Triple Nickel
Link Posted: 8/10/2014 5:06:29 PM EDT
Dumb question, Shep- why don't you carry the same thing on and off duty?

If you carried a Glock on-duty, or a smaller Sig off-duty, then I could see it. But two completely different firearms? Is carrying your duty weapon off-duty a no-no? I just wanted some insight, that's all.
Link Posted: 8/10/2014 5:20:45 PM EDT
Congratulations on the triple nickel. Do you know many of the other holders?
Link Posted: 8/10/2014 5:53:13 PM EDT
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Moose, amongst other things, I'm prohibited by policy from locking my duty weapon in my vehicle. If I go to the gym, or to Kennesaw Mtn for a workout, I'm not allowed to lock my duty weapon in my truck. If it were stolen, I'd be in trouble. Additionally, I prefer a weapon-mounted light if possible. Not too mention that I try to keep my employer out of my off-duty life as much as possible.

We've got a bunch of Triple Nickel holders in the ATL FO.
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Always nearby.

Smith & Wesson M&P Shield in 9MM


EDC


Zippo
Olight S10 Baton
Victorinox Alox Farmer
Kershaw Leek (2 different Leeks in 1. Originally Black serrated, but broke the tip and ordered a silver serrated. Figured out I could take it apart easily and voila.)
CRKT Ken Onion Swindle
Zebra F-701 pen
Keys, 2 Photons Red & White, Vic classic, & Sliver Grippers(tweezers).

This only covers whats on my person. EDC bag has other stuff as well.
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