Yeah, Ex, I hadn't considered that. I carry 2 speed loaders and also a Schrade Tough on my belt.
I noticed a couple of people carry cell phones. A word of advice about those, (Just for info, my day job is as a supervisor for a 911 center), and it's something that should come as a practiced habit for most of the people here... you have to know where you are for those to be effective. Many, many, smaller communities across the country can't get your location from the cell phone call, many of the smaller cell service providers, and many of the older cell phones don't have the capability to provide this to the 911 dispatchers when the call center is able to receive it. And, on top of that, lots of the information that comes into the center has a large "uncertainty" factor, which means it will give a lat/long and say that you are within "100 meters" or more (I see several hundred meters frequently) of the dot on the map. When in an urban area, that isn't much help. The main point is, for the cell phone to be effective, you must know your location! Be sure to make that a part of knowing your surroundings, especially in an unfamiliar place.
OK, I feel better. Didn't mean to be the lecturer. File it in the back of your head under the "knowing how to use your tools" departement.