my every day carry

Discussion in 'Glock Photos' started by sbg2340, Dec 18, 2011.

  1. sbg2340

    sbg2340 New Member

    My every day carry a GLOCK 23 .40cal , I carry extra mags on the weekend.
    Remember the KISS rule, "Keep It Simple Stupid "
    Remember the five items you never leave home without
    1. the pistol of your choice w/ extra mags.
    2. A very powerful light source.
    3. A cutting tool such as a folding knife.
    4. Your driver license / or some form of picture ID.
    5. Your " Lincense To Carry Handgun state Of Indiana. " (permit ), in other state's it might be a CCW.

    Last edited: Dec 18, 2011
  2. kj4963

    kj4963 Active Member

    Nice, i just picked up my G23 a couple of weeks ago. Still have not shot it yet:(

  3. wsar10

    wsar10 New Member

    shame on you!!!!

    I hope you have at least practiced technic and dry fired it a million times !
  4. DVCguns

    DVCguns New Member

    6. Method to make fire.
  5. andrewanderson

    andrewanderson New Member

    That is alot of stuff to carry.
  6. TxShooter

    TxShooter Administrator Staff Member Admin Moderator

    What flashlight is that?
  7. I carry the 23 also but i only carry one extra mag,that's a lot of mags to be carrying,why so many??hope you know what's behind your precieved threat with that much lead going down range,cops dont even carry that much
  8. sbg2340

    sbg2340 New Member

    Well the extra 5 mags I carry on the weekend are the ones I use on the range, as a range officer you need the extra rounds, what I carry every day are the two in the mag carrier.
  9. rivalarrival

    rivalarrival Are we there yet?

    G26, 10+1, 17, 17, Blackhawk Serpa Sportster
    TCP (Taurus PT738), 6+1, 6, Uncle Mikes ankle holster
    Genesis Delta 230 light (light output is overkill for defense use, but I need it for an inspection light on my job.)
    Leatherman Surge w/ bit kit and bit extension
    T.H.E. wallet with ID and debit cards
    Piezo ignition butane lighter (even though I don't smoke - comes in handy quite frequently)
    Mytouch 4G slide, 2 extra batteries

    Work boots, thermal underwear, several thin layers, none thicker than a sweatshirt, fingerless work gloves,

    I've got all sorts of first aid, survival, and recovery equipment in my work bag and jeep, or I'd add a "urban survival kit" with needle and thread, bandaids, alcohol swabs, single use superglue tubes, etc.
  10. ca survivor

    ca survivor Well-Known Member

    Great choice, a Glock 23 was my EDC for about eight years.
    Lucian_253 likes this.