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Tag: EDC

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Kilo Bravo EDC Belt: Classy Yet Functional

The first thing that struck me about the belt was its beauty. Kilo Bravo knows leather. If you have any of their holsters, you’ll know that their ability to meld leather and kydex is unsurpassed, and I haven’t seen anyone that can come close to their craftsmanship when it comes to hybrid holsters. The EDC Belt, like the holsters, is nothing short of a work of art. The version that I have is double layered. The two layers are comprised of a thinner exterior layer that weaves through the male end of the cobra buckle, and a thicker, stiffer inner layer that provides an excellent level of stability and rigidity. Read more

ExtraCarry™ concealed mag carrier

It's no secret I am a fan of concealed carry. In our ever-changing and burning world, carrying a duty-size firearm with an extra magazine is not only a tactically-sound decision, it makes sense. Read more
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The Sun at your Fingertips: Firstlight TMAX

How about a light that gives us sun-like brightness, but can provide minimal illumination when necessary? And while the advantages of a weapon-mounted light cannot be ignored, why not make a handheld light that can interface to a pistol easier than a standard flashlight might? Enter the Firstlight TMAX. Read more
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The Daily Arsenal of the Armed Citizen

Our world is shifting- changing and burning in new and unprecedented ways. The past few months alone we have seen the tragic attacks in Paris and San Bernardino. All of a sudden, armed citizens are watching the face of potential conflict rapidly changing- a six-shot revolver simply doesn't cut it anymore, and many gun owners have begun to carry intermediate- or duty-size handguns as their daily conceal carry gun. Read more

The EDC-2 Multi-Tool

Since 1996, Emerson Knives (EKI) has been making some knives for our military elite and law enforcement personnel. Recently, Emerson partnered with multi-tool manufacturer Multitasker to bring to market the next generation of EDC multi-tools. Read more

Neat Freak

Steve Coulston review the Neat Freak Pouch with EDC-insert and ChemLight insert, from Tareinco. Read more

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