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    We all carry guns, some an extra mag, maybe a pocket knife. What else? Right now, empty your pockets and lets hear what you've got in em on a regular basis. No cheating folks, we're all men, or women, of our word right?

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    1- Winchester pocket knife

    1- 170 gr 30-30 win cartridge

    1- wallet

    2.74 in various change

    1- ring of keys on belt clip/chain

    1- clip on holster containing 1 .45 auto

    Might have been more earlier but in doing this I found a hole in the left front pocket..

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    -Leatherman pocket knife (not multi-tool, lol), back pocket

    -Wallet, back pocket or front pocket, depending on where I'm at

    -~$1.50 in change, front right pocket

    -Keys (omg, so many keys), front right pocket

    -Cell phone, front left pocket

    -Maybe some cash, back pocket

    That's it! Not room for much else. I always keep a bag near by, either on my person or in the car, that has a flashlight, spare mag, camera, voice recorder, another knife, and my darts in case I decide to swing by the bar and throw a few . The bag also holds any activity specific things I might need, like a drink, radio, tools, concealed handgun(s), etc.


    Er umm...why do you ask?

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    work carry:

    S&W 3" Tanto folder front right pocket

    S&W 2-3/4th" folder back left pocket

    FOX LABS mean Green pepper spray

    keys, on a 3" chain (half-persian chainmail I crafted)

    wallet (blue cards, SSC, license, red cross and american heart association certs)

    pocket cash ($20 at the most)

    Allergy meds

    a ball point pen/Something to write on

    Blackberry cellphone

    First aid kit in my backpack, which is always with me.

    Business card for the fire marshall in the arm pocket of my flight jacket (cant recall why its there..)

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    Off work carry:

    Same as above, I just add a Glock 19 and 2 extra mags.



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    Wallet
    Cell phone
    Keys with attachments:
    • Mini Maglite
      Victorinox Tinker Swiss Army knife


    If wearing jeans:
    Kershaw Scallion clipped in the leg pocket of carpenter jeans

    If not at work:
    A gun, either on a belt or in a pocket

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    Some lint.

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    Front Right: Wallet, Knife clipped in pocket.
    Front Left: Cell phone, eye drops, chap stick, keys clipped on pocket
    Jacket right/ cargo pocket: camera, small LED flashlight
    Jacket left/ cargo pocket: extra mag when carrying

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    Bravo Sierra, Good man. Thinking ahead to what happens after the fight. There will be people in need of medical aid and fast. Maybe even yourself.

    This falls under mindset, we're only half prepared for the fight, now be prepared for the aftermath. Get a blow out kit and some first aid training. If nothing else carry a tampon and a tourniquet. Stuff a tampon in a bullet wound or tourniquet an arm or leg. Legs can bleed out long before EMS arrives. This kit a really great kit I found, has the things you need for immediate first aid.

    http://www.tacticalresponsegear.com/...oducts_id=2417

    These guys have a lot of great gear and have awesome customer service. Most stuff ships that day. Also if it is on the website, they have it in stock. I hate ordering something only to find out they don't even have the thing.

    After the fight is just as important as the fight itself.

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    Left front pocket;

    1 Leatherman Micra

    $.48 in change

    $8 in a turquoise and mother of pearl money clip



    Right Front pocket;

    Key ring with various and sundry keys



    Both back pockets....empty (That is what I sit on )



    Right Hip....holster containing 1 Victorinox Super Tinker


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    If you want a "right now" list. Here it is.

    NOTHING! I just woke up. However My Glock 19 is sitting next to me with a Surefire A2 Aviator and my cell phone.

    Normally I'll carry the following:

    Glock 19
    1 or 2 Extra Magazines
    1 ZT knife
    1 Surefire A2 Aviator
    1 Lighter - I don't smoke
    1 Packet of "5" gum
    1 Chapstick
    1 Wallet
    1 Pen
    1 Pocket Recorder
    1 Cell phone


    Depending on the Circumstances I might have another flashlight in my pocket and a notepad with 1 or 2 more pens.

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    Left front: Credit card/business card wallet, money clip, cheapo light weight pocket knife, lighter

    Right front: Change and keys

    Right rear: Wallet

    Belt right: Sidearm and cell phone

    Belt left: Extra Mag
    Bob Owens @ Bearing Arms (paraphrased): "These people aren't against violence; they're very much in favor of violence. They're against armed resistance."

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    bordsnbikes wrote:
    Bravo Sierra, Good man. Thinking ahead to what happens after the fight. There will be people in need of medical aid and fast. Maybe even yourself.

    This falls under mindset, we're only half prepared for the fight, now be prepared for the aftermath. Get a blow out kit and some first aid training. If nothing else carry a tampon and a tourniquet. Stuff a tampon in a bullet wound or tourniquet an arm or leg. Legs can bleed out long before EMS arrives. This kit a really great kit I found, has the things you need for immediate first aid.

    http://www.tacticalresponsegear.com/...oducts_id=2417

    These guys have a lot of great gear and have awesome customer service. Most stuff ships that day. Also if it is on the website, they have it in stock. I hate ordering something only to find out they don't even have the thing.

    After the fight is just as important as the fight itself.


    I carry that EXACT kit.

    <-- GetX'er


    I actually carry a $350 loadout in a Maxpedition Pygmy Falcon II from tactical response. I walk most everywhere or take the bus. In Las Vegas... @#$% goes sour very quick.

    for everyone who doesn't know: that V.O.K will fit in a BDU pant cargo pocket. add some medical sheers and you are GTG.

    -- added afterthought

    I saw a T.V. show on cable this weekend called "Code Blue." its on Discovery health.

    A 17 year old kid was brought in to the E.R. who had been shot a single time straight through the heart with a 9mm hollowpoint. The bullet severed his aorta 4 timesandhe bled out before arriving in the E.R.

    Things can happen that quick.. Now I also carry a chest seal, extra ireali bandages, some celox, etc, and thatprobably wound't have helped in that situation... but I have also responded to amulti-car collision where simply tossing an old man who bit hiswhile flinching on impact helped a LOT.

    2 trauma kits people: 1to cause it,1 to relieve it.

    Be safe.


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    Bravo_Sierra wrote:
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    I actually carry a $350 loadout in a Maxpedition Pygmy Falcon II from tactical response. I walk most everywhere or take the bus. In Las Vegas... @#$% goes sour very quick.
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    Dude what all is in your Maxpedition bag? Thats almost like emptying your pockets out if you carry it with you everywhere.

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    http://www.tacticalresponsegear.com/...oducts_id=2417 $35

    http://www.tacticalresponsegear.com/...oducts_id=3168 x2 $5.00

    http://www.tacticalresponsegear.com/...oducts_id=2919 $25

    http://www.tacticalresponsegear.com/...oducts_id=2132 $8.00

    http://www.tacticalresponsegear.com/...oducts_id=2342 $6.00

    http://www.tacticalresponsegear.com/...oducts_id=3295 $22.00

    http://www.tacticalresponsegear.com/...oducts_id=2745 $12.00

    http://www.tacticalresponsegear.com/...oducts_id=3327 $36.00

    http://www.tacticalresponsegear.com/...oducts_id=2867 $7.25

    http://www.tacticalresponsegear.com/...oducts_id=2947 $2.50

    http://www.tacticalresponsegear.com/...oducts_id=2946 $4.00


    there is like $130 worth of it. I also have a blood preasure cuff, about 10 chem lights, a flashlight, 6 packages of 4.5" x 4.1 yard piece of gause, a $30 boo-boo kit I stripped down, 4-5 of these http://www.tacticalresponsegear.com/...oducts_id=2258

    2 extra trauma kits that are not on the site anymore but were $45 each. Fire starting kit that was $12, 100' of 550 para-cord, and I'm sure I'm forgetting something. I don't wanna tear it apart right now in the office... the sheeple tend to stare

    also a nalgene bottle.


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    Thanks Bravo_Sierra.

    You mostly carry med gear. Any extra mags? Flashlights? etc.

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    That's what he's saying he has at work, then off work he said he adds a glock 19 and two extra mags.

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    I carry 3 total mags, 1 in the gun and 2 extra. 15rd. I have a pocket light in my bag that also hasa laser on it. it's tied to the flint and striker... and as I mentioned, I have a hand full of glow sticks. I have 2 pocket knives on my at all times. I also have steel whool and 9v batteries, glycerine and potassium permanganate to start fires...

    any other specifics?


    O and there is a Surefire X200-A on the gun..

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    I've heard of the potassium permanganate for starting fires but never heard how you do it. Is the glycerin part of that?

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    bordsnbikes wrote:
    I've heard of the potassium permanganate for starting fires but never heard how you do it. Is the glycerin part of that?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tS7Ne87ASo

    yes :celebrate

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    Awesome. Do you just mix the two and let it fly? Are these liquids or powders or what?

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    bordsnbikes wrote:
    Awesome. Do you just mix the two and let it fly? Are these liquids or powders or what?
    they are both powder. just stack them, like one on top of the other and move back. takes about 45 seconds on average.

    You can also take a piece of steal wool and rub the prongs of a 9v battery accross it. that will cause instant fire.

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    Here is the loadout... Plus my room mates boots in the top left corner :P

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    Unless you gotta search warrant, I ain't showin ya nothin'. :P

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    Bravo_Sierra wrote:
    Here is the loadout... Plus my room mates boots in the top left corner :P
    Do you carry the DVD's too?

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    Bravo_Sierra I hope those are a female roomates boots.

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