I don't know that I have an actual EDC but these are the main components of what I try not to leave the house without.
I for sure never leave my home without my phone, my water bottle, sun glasses, my wallet, my OC, a pocket knife, a gun and a reload. The gun can be a Glock 43, a Glock 26, or a Glock 19. It's usually the Glock 26.
The one place I go to the most is the gym. I have all the things I listed but since I usually go in the morning and I'm wearing gym clothes never have a flashlight or medical or my watch or handkerchief.
If I'm going to the VA I usually have my multi-tool and my pocket knife because nobody cares about that.
I don't take any other weapons or the medical. I don't take the weapons for obvious reasons and I don't take the medical because I don't want somebody questioning why I'm carrying it should I ever have to empty my pockets. I don't discuss or mention fitearms with any of my providers.
The only exception to that is the guy that runs the fitness program who knows that I worked as a security guard. All he knows is that my duties required me to carry a gun. We don't talk about whether or not I think guns are cool or whether or not I carry one in real life.
Usually my pocket knife is some variation of a Buck 110. The knife in the picture is a Buck 426 which is a variation of the Buck 112. I carry it more often than any other knife.
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