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Empty those pockets

ANDY_USMCANDY_USMC Posts: 29
just came home and started to empty my pockets and my wife asked me if I needed a purse.
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  • FlyOverCountryFlyOverCountry Posts: 380
    Same


  • ANDY_USMCANDY_USMC Posts: 29
    Same


    You just need a nice leather rig! Love the case hardened finish!
  • SpaightlabsSpaightlabs Posts: 2,161


    I used to live in fear, but not anymore.  Gotta wear 12 pairs of cargo pants at a time to get 'em all in a pocket, but it's worth it.
  • FlyOverCountryFlyOverCountry Posts: 380
    ANDY_USMC said:
    Same


    You just need a nice leather rig! Love the case hardened finish!
    Yeah nobody at the home messes with me an when the Mexicans make it to Wichita I’ll be ready!
  • Fred19FlintstoneFred19Flintstone Posts: 7,746
    This photo is missing my cellphone, which is taking the picture and my car keys.  The Glock stays in the car while I’m working.


    Flint, Michigan
  • PhaqallyallPhaqallyall Posts: 52
    Some of you must have some really small penii. 
    sound it out yaidjit
  • buzd504buzd504 Posts: 2,853
    Same


    You're smart to keep your own brass.  Never know who might find it.
    NOLA
  • Fred19FlintstoneFred19Flintstone Posts: 7,746
    Some of you must have some really small penii. 
    That’s my summer carry.  Glock 42 (.380). Its light and I shoot it well.
    Flint, Michigan
  • JNDATHPJNDATHP Posts: 360

    Michael
    Large BGE
    Reno, NV
  • ColtsFanColtsFan Posts: 3,320

    XL BGE, 2-LG BGE, KJ Jr, 36" Blackstone, Ardore Pizza Oven
    Follow me on Instagram @ hoosier_egger
    Bloomington, IN - Hoo Hoo Hoo Hoosiers!
  • bucky925bucky925 Posts: 1,495
    edited June 4
    As far as pockets, this is pretty much every day all day.  If I had to only carry one it would be the lip balm.   Too much welding I assume.  Edited to add car keys and of course, the cell phone was taking the pic. 

    Hi
  • JohnInCarolinaJohnInCarolina Posts: 14,717
    And here I thought my pockets were overloaded....


    The razor is so badass here.
    "A generation of the unteachable is hanging upon us like a necklace of corpses." - George Orwell 

    "I've made a note never to piss you two off." - Stike


  • BiggreenpharmacistBiggreenpharmacist Posts: 4,307

    Little Rock, AR

  • lentsboy007lentsboy007 Posts: 147
    Some of you must have some really small penii. 
    Says the sheep . Some of us believe in protecting ourselves and our families from the scum in society . 

    Southern Indiana 1 Large Egg, Blackstone griddle

  • BotchBotch Posts: 8,012
    Oooh, forgot my other pocket:
     

     
    IYAAYAS!!!  
    _____________________________________________
     
    Live fast, die young, and leave a well-marbled corpse.  
     
    Ogden, Utard.  
  • lentsboy007lentsboy007 Posts: 147
    edited June 4
    Glock 27 anytime I leave the house.  And to the sheep that says we have small penises, it’s IWB carry so no one sees it . 

    Southern Indiana 1 Large Egg, Blackstone griddle

  • lentsboy007lentsboy007 Posts: 147
    Same


    I’ve got the same .45, but 4 1/2 barrel.  I live 3 miles from Amish country , they make leather rigs for $40.  Nothing fancy , but rugged and authentic looking . 

    Southern Indiana 1 Large Egg, Blackstone griddle

  • PhaqallyallPhaqallyall Posts: 52
    Some of you must have some really small penii. 
    Says the sheep . Some of us believe in protecting ourselves and our families from the scum in society . 
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!  That's a good one. 

    You're more likely to have someone in your own family hurt by accidentally having that gun go off, Kersey.  At least you're not in any danger of shooting your own unit off seeing as how you'd need to pull it up with a set of tweezers first. 
    sound it out yaidjit
  • FlyOverCountryFlyOverCountry Posts: 380
    Same


    I’ve got the same .45, but 4 1/2 barrel.  I live 3 miles from Amish country , they make leather rigs for $40.  Nothing fancy , but rugged and authentic looking . 
    Everything I do is authentic.  Do you happen to know where I can find one of those BGE chimneys?
  • Fred19FlintstoneFred19Flintstone Posts: 7,746
    Some of you must have some really small penii. 
    Says the sheep . Some of us believe in protecting ourselves and our families from the scum in society . 
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!  That's a good one. 

    You're more likely to have someone in your own family hurt by accidentally having that gun go off, Kersey.  At least you're not in any danger of shooting your own unit off seeing as how you'd need to pull it up with a set of tweezers first. 
    Hmmm.  You seem obsessed with penis sizes.
    Flint, Michigan
  • PhaqallyallPhaqallyall Posts: 52
    JNDATHP said:
    Some of you must have some really small penii. 
    Says the sheep . Some of us believe in protecting ourselves and our families from the scum in society . 
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!  That's a good one. 

    You're more likely to have someone in your own family hurt by accidentally having that gun go off, Kersey.  At least you're not in any danger of shooting your own unit off seeing as how you'd need to pull it up with a set of tweezers first. 
    If you don’t know what you are talking about it is usually best to remain silent. A modern gun does not go off accidentally. Accidents usually occur due to mishandling. 

    Proper and consistent training is what is required to carry, in my opinion. 



    This is written by someone who has carried since I was 21, had a career as a LEO and am now retired, so have been carrying for over 35 years.

    BTW, that is my wife in the picture who also regularly trains. 

    You might want to read that since it looks like your wife also shops at Walmart.


    sound it out yaidjit
  • DoubleEggerDoubleEgger Posts: 15,092
    JNDATHP said:
    Some of you must have some really small penii. 
    Says the sheep . Some of us believe in protecting ourselves and our families from the scum in society . 
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!  That's a good one. 

    You're more likely to have someone in your own family hurt by accidentally having that gun go off, Kersey.  At least you're not in any danger of shooting your own unit off seeing as how you'd need to pull it up with a set of tweezers first. 
    If you don’t know what you are talking about it is usually best to remain silent. A modern gun does not go off accidentally. Accidents usually occur due to mishandling. 

    Proper and consistent training is what is required to carry, in my opinion. 


    This is written by someone who has carried since I was 21, had a career as a LEO and am now retired, so have been carrying for over 35 years.


    I think you should heed your own advice about remaining silent. Modern guns can and do accidentally discharge. I’m sure Remington agreed to replace 7.85 million triggers on their  Model 700 rifles for sh!ts and giggles. 
  • JNDATHPJNDATHP Posts: 360
    edited June 4
    JNDATHP said:
    Some of you must have some really small penii. 
    Says the sheep . Some of us believe in protecting ourselves and our families from the scum in society . 
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!  That's a good one. 

    You're more likely to have someone in your own family hurt by accidentally having that gun go off, Kersey.  At least you're not in any danger of shooting your own unit off seeing as how you'd need to pull it up with a set of tweezers first. 
    If you don’t know what you are talking about it is usually best to remain silent. A modern gun does not go off accidentally. Accidents usually occur due to mishandling. 

    Proper and consistent training is what is required to carry, in my opinion. 



    This is written by someone who has carried since I was 21, had a career as a LEO and am now retired, so have been carrying for over 35 years.

    BTW, that is my wife in the picture who also regularly trains. 

    You might want to read that since it looks like your wife also shops at Walmart.


    Again, mishandling, poor training, and not securing it (allowing weapon to be off body). 

    Again, if you don’t know what you’re talking about, best to keep quiet. 
    Michael
    Large BGE
    Reno, NV
  • PhaqallyallPhaqallyall Posts: 52
    Some of you must have some really small penii. 
    Says the sheep . Some of us believe in protecting ourselves and our families from the scum in society . 
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!  That's a good one. 

    You're more likely to have someone in your own family hurt by accidentally having that gun go off, Kersey.  At least you're not in any danger of shooting your own unit off seeing as how you'd need to pull it up with a set of tweezers first. 
    Hmmm.  You seem obsessed with penis sizes.
    I made one post about compensation, because that's pretty clearly what's going on, and some of you took the bait and protested that no actually you are carrying because you're scared of the scum walking the streets at night or whatever.  Just a tip here that if you're trying to convince people your own personal unit isn't micron sized, continuing to protest the suggetsion maybe isn't the best way to do it. 
    sound it out yaidjit
  • bgebrentbgebrent Posts: 19,310
    Reholstering is the #1 cause of self inflicted unintentional wounds.  As I choose chambered, I’m uber cautious and sometimes get to where I can drop my pants.
    Sandy Springs & Dawsonville Ga
  • PhaqallyallPhaqallyall Posts: 52
    JNDATHP said:
    JNDATHP said:
    Some of you must have some really small penii. 
    Says the sheep . Some of us believe in protecting ourselves and our families from the scum in society . 
    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!  That's a good one. 

    You're more likely to have someone in your own family hurt by accidentally having that gun go off, Kersey.  At least you're not in any danger of shooting your own unit off seeing as how you'd need to pull it up with a set of tweezers first. 
    If you don’t know what you are talking about it is usually best to remain silent. A modern gun does not go off accidentally. Accidents usually occur due to mishandling. 

    Proper and consistent training is what is required to carry, in my opinion. 



    This is written by someone who has carried since I was 21, had a career as a LEO and am now retired, so have been carrying for over 35 years.

    BTW, that is my wife in the picture who also regularly trains. 

    You might want to read that since it looks like your wife also shops at Walmart.


    Again, mishandling, poor training, and not securing it (allowing weapon to be off body). 

    Again, if you don’t know what you’re talking about, best to keep quiet. 
    Yeah, what happened to that lady definitely isn't an "accident".  Nope.  Keep burying your head in the sand and I'll say a few prayers for you and yours. 
    sound it out yaidjit
  • PhaqallyallPhaqallyall Posts: 52
    And I won't even get into the suicides.  Oh but no, nobody in your families will ever take their own lives.  Never happens. 
    sound it out yaidjit
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