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On this episode we are continuing our EDC series! This series will run the entire month of February, and help our listeners to evaluate their every day carry gear. On this episode, we have listeners Ike, Scott, Jay, Justin, Chris, and Hunter. The entire EDC Series is sponsored by Big Tex Outdoors. Use Promo Code “EDC20” and get 20% off your order at BigTexOutdoors.Com. This applies to select products such as Slip2000, Emerson, Fireclean, Surefire, Blue Force Gear, Trijicon, and more! Check out the show notes for more information on all the products you can save money on!
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Please write a little blurb about yourself so we can all get a little idea of who you are, what you are like. If you could also please list your EDC that you will be discussing on the show so I can then make them clickable for people to view in the show notes.
Ike: 24 years old from Dayton, TX. I’m the head janitor at Big Tex Outdoors. I have a wife and a 5 month old son. Training from various local instructors, Sage Dynamics and Steve Fisher coming up in May. I shoot at least once a week (it’s convenient having a range in the backyard).
Gen 3 Glock 19 with X300U. Stock with factory extended slide releae, stippled grip and Warren Tactical black rear and red fiber optic front. 1 Glock 17 magazine. Both with HST 147gr
JM Custom Kydex AIWB LB Holster / Green Force Tactical IWB mag carrier
Ares Gear Enhanced Aegis Belt
Surefire EB2 Backup (tactical tailcap)
Emerson OBS, Commander or Bulldog folder
Leatherneck Tactical IMOD wallet
DARK pocket med kit (summer carry)
Scott: Lifelong martial artist (TKD, Muay Thai, BJJ), no LEO or military experience (save being an Air Force brat), NRA pistol instructor (who isn’t?). I have received previous training from George Wehby of I4Tactical, Matt Jacques of Victory First, John Murphy of FPF, Aaron Brumley of Solo Defense, Steve Fisher of Sentinel Concepts, and private training with Al DeLeon of the State Dept’s MSD unit. I shoot anywhere from 200 to 400 rounds a week. I try to compete three times a month. When not traveling for work I train BJJ 2 t o3 times a week.
I run Modern Samurai Project, a page where I discuss all things self-defense. I am also a moderator on Primary and Secondary for the Novice and Competitions pages as well as a member of the contributing staff on the main site.
Agency Arms Hybrid Glock 17, Zev Trigger, S3F fluted threaded barrel, stippled frame, Surefire X300U, RM06 or Roland Special
Glock 26 in Galco Lite ankle holster
Persec systems Marrc Mag pouch
Emerson CQC and Emerson EDC multitool
Raven Eidelon or Raven VG3 or Blackbeard Tactical holsters
Eleven 10 PTAK + Swat-T
Surefire Sidekick light and/or Fenix
Ares Gear Aegis belt or Mean Gene Leather with Aegis buckle
Jay: 21 years old, I Work in traditional timber frame house building, I live on small family blueberry farm in Eastern Maine.
DIY pocket medical kit
Justin: 32 from Houston, Texas , I work in the Aquatic Industry for an Aquatics Management Company we train lifeguards, do repairs and maintenance. Married with no kids.
Guns- Glock 19 Trijicon HDs w/ G26 Backup
Lumens- Surefire Backup
Medical -Tac Med Solutions ankle wrap and TK4 Tourniquet & Resqme
Knives- Grayman Dua Knife and Kabar TDI and Swiss army knife
Item 5 - Sabre Red Spitfire
Wallet , phone, watch, sunglasses, etc.
Chris: : 34 from Southern WV. I work for the county Water department.
Glock 19 or S&W J-frame
ITS Tactical EDC Pocket Trauma Kit
Streamlight Pro-tac 2L
Casio G-Shock GWA-1100
Swiss Army Knife
SOE Nylon EDC Belt
19 in Eidolon
Phlster City Special
Side Guard Holsters
124gr Speed Gold Dots
Remington Ultimate Defense
Hunter: 22 from College Station, Texas. Full time student at Texas A&M University, double majoring in Wildlife & Fisheries Science and Rangeland Management. Fighting Rifle from Tactical Response, Performance Pistol from Frank Proctor.
Glock 19, Surefire X300, self stipple job, Agency Arms trigger, WOTG Y-Notch sights, in Comp-tac CTAC or Infidel w/o light. Or M&P Shield, self stipple job, ugly tan duracoat slide, in HSP/Gcode Incog
2 spare mags in back pocket
backpack with school supplies
Comptac C Tac