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    Damn. Not for the uninitiated.
     
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    I thought it was a urinary catheter :confused:
     
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    I've downsized :) smaller knife (Spyderco Caly Jr.), smaller light (SF Titan) and smaller Bic-still has tinder though)- same 1/2 Buff

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    Notice the fancy schmancy phone.

    I carry keys, as well. Rarely more than two.

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    06E8116E-6A02-4EAD-A98D-9C94EAFCF5CD.jpeg My Christmas carry

    Beretta 92fs
    Kt mech holster
    iPhone 7 and case
    Olight s1r baton
    Benchmade damasteel pen
    Benchmade 2018 goldclass
    Money clip with knife, file, scissors
    Copper zippo
    Wallet
    Keys with assorted goodies
     
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    I have a serious question, and don't want it to sound like I'm being critical, because I'm not.

    I see in the pictures that some of you carry large, duty size firearms.

    Why do you choose them over a compact firearm?
     
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    You guys must have larger pockets than mine. Nice setups though.
     
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    Opinel No 8 and other self explanatory items. IMG_0955.JPG
     
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    I sometimes carry a larger pistol if I can get away with it in winter. And in my pic above of my Christmas carry I had a 92fs. The 92 was John Mclain’s choice of carry for Christmas. So it’s a nice nod to the die hard series.

    Honestly if I can do it and still conceal it, I prefer a full size.
     
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    I am a millennial and I am envious. Wish I didn't need mobile internet....
     
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    Current EDC. This plus my iPhone and some car keys and my jeans pockets are full.

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    I usually keep it pretty light...

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    Plus a phone, bandana, REI wallet and a mini Bic, For some reason its on the nightstand and I don't feel like going and getting it, we all know what they both look like and using the phone to take the pic Cargo pants are wonderful things :) IMG-0494 (1)11111111.jpg
     
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    Once the phone has some charge, I'll post up mine.
     
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    @jasonandalysha I found my old pocket sheath digging around the other day, all I have to do now is find a knife for it :)
     
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    Here is my daily spread. @Geektrapper what all do you have?
     

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    @mtwarden I love mine. I made the mistake of over oiling my knives a few times and that soaked into the leather making it a bit soft near the top but other then that, its amazing. I generally wear cargos that have an extra "phone" pocket near the cargo pocket and the pocket sheath perfectly fits in it.
     
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    I find them easier to control.

    My standard load out:
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    I also carry a Mora Eldris with a super socket fire steel around my neck but I forgot to picture it.
     
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    You carry all three revolvers at the same time? Or in rotation?

    If you carry them all at the same time, why? I'm seriously curious, and not judgemental.
     
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    @Black5
    I carry them at the same time. A friend of mine and I call it a "D2 load out" jokingly after an anime why watched as kids.
    The GP100 (the big one) is on the hip as the main battle weapon. The smith model 60 3" (medium) is backup in a ankle holster. The snubby 38 was a 7th wedding anniversary gift from my wife, it lives in the slash pocket of my coat for good luck.
    @Allen Fox and I live in one of the highest crime rate countys in Oregon, I live way out of town. Beyond that I find my self in a lot of wilderness as it is where I belong and I do some trapping. We are allowed to hunt the animals we are trapping in season so having a full size 357 is more convenient than taking 50 yard shot with a 3" or a snubby.

    A few days ago I had to put down a buck that had a wound became infected and go systemic. It was so out of it that it went after me on a trail.
    If that isn't enough we have mountain lion, Bob cat, and bear. All of them have been know to go after people.

    Why??? You ask? Because in Coos County Oregon if the animals don't eat you odds are the tweekers will!! lol
     
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    Bounce house birthday party today so a leatherman, flashlight, lighter and hankey in the rotation.
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    @Geektrapper your explanation makes perfect sense to me.
     
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    A couple of my recent dumps:

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    Keeping it simple
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    Primitive tools pocket dump? Is that a thing? Sparky rock, piece of bone, simple trap trigger, cord, sharp tool. Yes my moccasins are a bit wet...

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    Thanks,

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    No CCW here in Maryland, so I'll just annoy any bad guys with my kazoo.
     
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    I need to ask are you really carying three revolvers at the same time?
     
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    That's been asked and answered already... Answer quoted and linked below...

    https://bushcraftusa.com/forum/threads/edc-pocket-dump-join-in.156331/page-9#post-4235245
     
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    @kronin323 Ya beat me to my own post! LOL
    @Capin JRo Ya that link will explain. I rarely go without 2 or three guns. Mostly just because I can. LOL
     
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    I dumped my pockets (pants and jacket) when I got home today and I had accumulated quite a bit of stuff.

    I don’t usually carry double flashlights and triple knives. I didnt necessarily intend to today, either. They just kinda ended up in my pockets.

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    ^^^ Nice pocket sheath! Also wondering what the top folder is? The one with the tan scales.
    Thanks.
     
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    I like the clean lines on that flipper.
     
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    That’s one of my favorite knives: the Massdrop Gent. Steal of a deal, if you ask me.
     
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    A Blade HQ exclusive of the CRKT Pilar with D2 steel and tan G10 scales. They are still in stock (as of yesterday).
     
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    Everyday desk job carry.
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    @matjbrown , I like that Spyderco. Which model is it?
     
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    It's the Alycone. It has the CTS BD1 steel and G10 handles. Unfortunately assembled in China so has a big China stamp on it. UGH! But I will say for the price point you get a heck of knife.
     
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    Not in picture is my wallet, phone, and Casio G-Shock watch.
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    Normal EDC (minus phone I took photo with ...) I try to keep it minimal as I don’t like a lot of stuff in my pockets. I switch to one of several other (IWB) holsters depending on if I want more concealment or not ...
     

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