Tuesday, June 12, 2012

My Summer (Lightweight) EDC

Phone not pictured because it's taking the picture...
Monderno and Gunmart Blog both shared their 'Summer EDC' a few days ago and thought I would do the same. I'm sure you could care less what I carry with me everyday but I thought it would be an interesting exercise. Who knows; maybe you and I carry some of the same stuff.

With warmer weather here in Wisconsin I have stopped carrying my S&W Model 13 in a Roger's Custom Kydex Appendix Carry Holster (review coming soon) for the most part. With my limited pistol selection my back-up gun has become my primary carry; out of necessity for something light weight when wearing shorts and a t-shirt. When I am afforded the chance to dawn a wind breaker or hoodie the Model 13 gets straped right back on with an Ares Gear Ranger Belt.

A few items may be added or subtracted off the list depending on the day's activities:

GUN: Ruger LCP with LaserLyte CK-AMF + One Reload
HOLSTER: VersaCarry or Uncle Mike's Pocket Holster
MULTI-TOOL: Leatherman Skeletool
LIGHT: Surefire Backup and Streamlight MicroStream
PHONE: Samsung Nexus S
ETC: Wallet, Para cord Key Chain + Keys

Do you change up your EDC depending on the season or do you just stick with 'ol' faithful' all year round?


  1. Who knows,There may be a pocket holster in that box coming your way for you to put through its paces before I start selling them full time....

  2. Love it, Caleb. I think I need to join in and do the same thing.

  3. Hmmm, you need a dedicated blade imo! Maybe I'm just biased. ;) My carry pretty much stays the same year round. Then again, the seasons don't change much here in S FL.

  4. I pretty much carry the same year round too. Of course I don't carry a Model 13 any time of the year either :)

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