my EDC with a pic

my EDC with a pic

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    my EDC with a pic

    Gets kinda heavy...time for a LCP...
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    I think I would keep what I have. JMHO....

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    Quote Originally Posted by damien12g View Post
    Gets kinda heavy...time for a LCP...

    Negatory good buddy; time for a good belt
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    IF you ever need it, you will be glad it isnt an LCP... you will want the added horse power... get a good belt and strong side OWB holster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ridgeline View Post
    IF you ever need it, you will be glad it isnt an LCP... you will want the added horse power... get a good belt and strong side OWB holster.
    +1 on this
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    What caliber is the i-Phone?
    "You will not rise to the occasion and you will not default to your level of training. You WILL ONLY default to the level of training you have mastered."
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    Here is mine 90-95% of the time.

    Glock 19 with spare mag
    Flash light
    Knife

    Sometimes I carry a BUG (J frame pocket carried with speed strip pouch), sometimes I don't.

    The other 5-10% I just take the J frame.

    Maybe, once or twice year a LCP.


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    Quote Originally Posted by High Altitude View Post
    Here is mine. Sometimes I carry a BUG (J frame pocket carried), sometimes I don't.

    Where do you put the "Bat-a-rang"?
    "You will not rise to the occasion and you will not default to your level of training. You WILL ONLY default to the level of training you have mastered."
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    Quote Originally Posted by CCWFlaRuger View Post
    Where do you put the "Bat-a-rang"?
    Only after midnight

    Considering the knife and flash light get used just about every day and if I leave the BUG at home, all I have is a firearm and a spare mag. Not a lot of stuff really.

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    i just bought a wilderness 5 stitch belt...works good, but i think i bought my pants a size too big. I got these Jesse James pants from walmart...i should have got a 34 instead of 36...going tomorrow with IWB to see how it goes. It feels like the gun was pulling my pants down...i could only cinch the belt so tight, then i felt like i was gonna pop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCWFlaRuger View Post
    What caliber is the i-Phone?
    3GS...considering the amount of dropped calls, it's shooting blanks

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    I don't know if you have the same problem I have. My problem is the result of a out of proportion gut to waist ratio. I'm planning to get some suspenders to keep the belt up.

    http://www.uscav.com/Productinfo.asp...0454&TabID=548

    Of course this will only work if you wear your shirts untucked.

    SpeOpsSuspenders.jpg

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    I adjusted my holster tabs...fits much better.

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    Nice rig, High Altitude. Is that a Spyderco Native blade? How do you find deep concealing the G19? It has always seemed too fat for me making IWB wear a problem with tucked shirts or tight tees?The bulge by the belt seems difficult to hide. What's your experience?

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    ccwflaruger - i think i have teh same blade. Spider Co half serrated half straight? I love that blade. Mine really could use a cleaning tho..

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