Geezzz...that can be real.
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Oh, thats a gun on his ankle. I thought it was a tumor.
Seriously, I don't carry that much on duty. Just my G22 plus a G27 in a vest holster and a folder in the strong side cargo pocket.
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I personally enjoyed the variety of calibers he carried. He could use that as his escalation of force ;)
If I'm carrying that many guns I think I would at least go common caliber if not mags that could be used in multiple weapons.
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Geez. When I was about 10 I took all my toy guns and stuffed them all over me calling it "A scared man in New York". This guy puts 10-year-old-me to shame. At least ONE of us grew up a bit.
I've lived in Miami all my life and it is way too hot too carry all that steel! I truly don't believe he really carries all that at the same time. Particularly working in the financial industry as he claims.
Just for the sake of argument, while waiting for the vid to load, i saw this is what he posted a few posts down when someone called him out on it,,,
@jeffxl12 I do not carry like this everyday. It was for demonstration purposes...Thanks for your comment & thank you for watching!
Kinda seems like much though.
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Wow I live and work in the armpits of the world and I must be undergunned. He says he did not know he was doing the video but yet posts it was for demonstration purposes only.
Please tell me no one takes this guy seriously?
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That guy printed on top of his prints. I nearly spit Sprite on my keyboard when the camera panned down to his ankle holster.
I guess printing isn't a legal problem in FL?
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Having had a moment to think about it.....I think for me the chances of needing that many guns is significantly far more remote than me falling into water and drowning due to the weight. Both are almost absurd of course but if we're really weighing the odds of needing that much stuff...
To each their own of course, if thats working for him (or anyone else) great.
My other Kahr is a Kimber.
His logic for the ankle holster was quite original ... 'Truly a gecko45 moment.
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Ok, then... Wow. I usually only have one knife that can be used for defense with me. It's a Gerber, no spring assist, nothing special. Maybe 3 1/2" blade, all black, and easy to use one handed. Either hand. The other I carry, when I carry it, is a S&W. Black synthetic handle, black plastic sheath that clips onto any belt, and the blade is double sided. That's it, until my CWP arrives. Then it will be my .45 in a shoulder rig, with my spare mag in one mag pouch opposite the weapon, and a flashlight in the other (both mag pouches are made into the harness opposite the holster section).
No 'rambo', and apparently not enough to be 'a god Samaritan' by his standards. But, enough to make me feel safe almost anywhere.
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Who here carries 2 guns with extra mags and a tactical knife? I would consider that overkill for me, but I wouldn't be against you doing it.