Didn't see an EDC thread in the /k/atalog. Show me what you've got. I'll start. Please rate.
Timex Expedition Scout. Been a pretty good watch. Was only $27 on Amazon.
I'm actually really impressed with it. I have a similar Uncle Mike's holster for my snubby and can't stand it. The belt clip is weak as fuck.
I was in a hurry when I took it left my super tuck in my waist
If you have a super tuck with FBI cant its not bad at all. I'm 6ft 220lbs and it completely disappears believe it or not, t shirts, long sleeve shirts, button ups anything conceals it fine as long as you like loose fitting wardrobes
Just to spice it up a little. No, I don't really carry that plate carrier. It's just there to look pretty.
The Little Foxx IWB Hybrid holster. Absolutely love it. Foxxholsters has a lot of very nice holsters, all hard shell, and ranging from 1 belt clip to 2. Would definitely recommend to anyone in the market for a holster.
Aw shucks, I went and forgot to post the pic
wow so hard, I could never handle the inconvenience of lugging around such a huge flashlight all the time
Shorter barrel means its easier to throw off your sight picture while pulling the trigger. But being that this is a SA trigger. its really not that bad.
As far as the right grip, I find that crossing my thumbs, rather than the "traditional" grip helps a lot with a smaller gun.
But then again, I do have small hands.
just picked one of these up for 20 bucks. seems handy. anyone use one?
>I have never been in a large building when the power goes out
>I do not like properly IDing my targets in poor light
>I do not like checking my targets backdrop in poor light
Honestly, in all seriousness, kill yourself
I don't carry a wallet or cell phone so the cops can't ID my dead body
it's incredibly useful day to day, and power outages do happen.
>wearing a seatbelt when not actively crashing
I mean, it's totally uncool and uncomfortable. Just put it on before an accident!
Pic my ccw! 6'10" 300lbs open carry is legal in my state.
Only have a owb holster for my g34 and fnx, so advice there would be cool too
Also have a 92fs not pictured
>Timex Expedition Scout
My nigga. I got one a few weeks back to replace my old Timex that I butchered too much taking the broken band off to put a new one on. No regrets. If it holds up like my last Timex, I'll be buried with it. My old one was going strong after six years with only a few small scratches on the face.
>tfw no EDC picture because my EDC is my phone, keys, and wallet
ANON STOLE SHIT FROM ANON'S ATTIC
Way to fashion police on a thread about guns, anybody who cares that much about how anon carries his car keys is a girly high school bitch. I just found out how to spot females on /k/. It's a solid EDC, but you need to get a fucking knife
Just show us the license nigger...we won't hurt you
How is it that nobody got the reference, even with the logo badly shopped onto the back of the jacket?
it's a titanium Munroe Mega-dangler. Holds the keys in your pocket so they don't bunch up and become uncomfortable. There's a knockoff version that you can find on ebay that's stainless steel for about $8, I found my legit one used for $35. I own both, I prefer the legit one, it's a little smaller and titanium is nice.
They also take a rubber gasket in the groove up top to hold a bit of your choice. The bottom has a semi-sharp flat edge surface, and the bottle opener is obviously present.
You two do know you don't need a license to carry / listen right? It's only when you broadcast is when you need it. God you two are fucking retarded, go learn some shit about the laws before opening your mouths, you stupid faggots.
I frequently have to look inside and under things. My flashlight is the most-used piece of my EDC. Your circumstances are obviously different. But people also carry things they rarely need (like pistols) because the consequences of being without are unacceptable.
Essentially, you're saying it's so unlikely that you'll be caught in the dark that it's not worth it to you to carry this one piece of gear on any level (not even a little keyring one). Or you're saying you carry a lighter and intend to use that instead.