Break out the scales. EDC weight.

Break out the scales. EDC weight.

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    Break out the scales. EDC weight.

    Let's see some weight comparisons. See how much your gun and holster weigh topped off with ammo. More pictures the better.

    Kahr CW9 7+1 9mm. Holstered in a Crossbreed Supertuck.



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    LCR .38 Talon Iwb holster



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    Smith and wesson model 910 compact

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    28 oz unloaded...

    15 round mags 17 oz each.. loaded...
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    No sure what my various EDC choices weigh. But I DO know what when I carry them, it takes a considerable weight...off my mind. And your photos continue to give weight (pardon the pun) to the idea of pocket revolver carry! Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost tracker View Post
    No sure what my various EDC choices weigh. But I DO know what when I carry them, it takes a considerable weight...off my mind. And your photos continue to give weight (pardon the pun) to the idea of pocket revolver carry! Thanks!

    LCR loaded..
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    I'd like to play but I don't have a scale.



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    I don't have a dope scale.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 40Bob View Post
    I don't have a dope scale.
    If you have a food scale, that will work just as well.
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    Hummmm....without a scale. A fully stoked 1911 is right at about 3 LBS.

    That can vary a bit depending on 7 or 8 round magazine and if the frame has a rail or not.

    Also an alloy or steel mainspring housing can shift the weight either way a tad bit and (obviously) an alloy frame will weigh less.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Badey View Post
    If you have a food scale, that will work just as well.
    Nope, that is definitely a dope scale.
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    There are NO BAD scales. Only bad users! IMHO, this is a fine excuse to weigh something.
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    I have a bathroom scale, can I get on with my gun then deduct 212 lbs ?

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    More healthy if I weighted what I ate for lunch! Yous guys would have a cow if you saw total weight I carry, but their my hips!

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    Great point! Why do we sweat ounces in our EDC rigs, yet won't sweat a single drop to address the 15 (+?) pounds we pack around as "insulation". If we lose 3 pounds, we can all carry full-size, steel-framed fight guns!
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    Oldpsufan, great idea. Just got on my bathroom scale with my LCR, deducted my weight, I figure I weigh 220 pounds, and dangggggg, LCR's weigh over 100 pounds !!!!! That's loaded with heavy magnums though.

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    Break out the scales. EDC weight.

    Quote Originally Posted by lionround View Post
    Nope, that is definitely a dope scale.
    Dope?

    This isn't a gram scale. I guess it would work great for a large quantity of "dope" or as we call it in 2014, pot or weed.

    It is a food scale for some of you who haven't ventured into the black hole we call the kitchen.
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