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SirGeorgeKillian wrote: »
My idea of a warning shot is when the 2nd bad guy watches his 1st buddy go down....
Zee wrote: »
I like the checkered grips on that Ruger. Where did you get them?
Buffco wrote: »
That just irritates me to LOOK at, bullsi.
I HATE carrying crap in my pockets. Seeing that picture makes me wanna take off my own pants and burn them.
Jermanator wrote: »
Actually it is more like this, but that is alright because I have a couple of 44 magnums and 460 S&W's to compensate...
NN wrote: »
That would be brain surgeons.
cpj wrote: »
Yeah. That ain't all you wanna do. With the plans you are making, I can clearly see your nuts.
eKev wrote: »
A lot of nice EDC gear. I will take a pic of mine when I get a chance (2 pocket knives, 1 of 3 different guns depending on the day and my mood, wallet, no watch as I find them irritating, iPhone, Chapstick, flashlight).
I see a few members with some serious EDC gear... nice stuff! I also see they got mocked/teased a bit (all in good fun)... I'm willing to bet the mockers would have done that to their faces! Lol. What do they call that.. cyber-gonadz? Haha
samzhere wrote: »
As time has passed my "daily carry" has lightened considerably. After some reflection, it became rather apparent to me that End Times weren't likely to occur while I was shopping at Kroger 1/2 mile from my house, nor was a zombie attack, nor would the sun likely wink out, nor violent revolution descend upon mid-town Houston, nor vast hordes of commie pinko fascist troops storm in via quick-drop copters, nor a class 9 Torino meteor strike me.
So I gradually quit carrying 5 loaded spare mags, 4 tactical knives, 3 flashlights, 2 handguns, and a fully tricked-out AR in a pear tree. Easier to carry groceries that way, too.
And I don't keep 3 gallons of drinking water, a tent, sealed food rations for a month, plus a rack of survival gear in the trunk, either. Way I figure it, if, while driving on paved city streets and not during a hurricane, and my destination is Kroger, Walgreen, maybe a TexMex place a couple miles away or a nearby movie theater, and I'm suddenly teleported to a remote and primeval jungle, I'm a goner anyway.
So I generally have (in addition to regular stuff like car keys and wallet): 1 un-smart cellphone in my pocket, and 1 .357 Mag snubbie in the car's center console. That's all, folks.
North Forest wrote: »
Absolutely hilarious, this gave me a good laugh today. I've come to similar conclusions, but my .45 has a good spot in my truck.
44special wrote: »
Just the words to "Kumbaya", a white flag and a demokrat party kard.
Eli wrote: »
Y'all do know that there's a difference between a car gun and a carry gun, verdad?
Buffco wrote: »
KSDeputy wrote: »
Seems many of you guys carry a knife and flashlight in addition to your firearm and extra ammo, we must think alike.
Slanteyedshootist wrote: »
Guess I'm showing my age butwe used to carry pocketknives to high school daily. Used to play mumblety peg on the school lawn between classes. If the teacher couldn't find her scissors, I'd lend her my knife. Her reaction was "thank you."
Eli wrote: »
I've always considered it to be a tool.
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