Savoy1's EDC

Savoy1

EDC Scholar
#1
I carry a few other items like my shades, my iPhone and my Key ring but this is what I took off my person for the picture. I am a gear junkie like most folks on here so all of this get swapped around from time to time with the exception of my Spyderco Persistence. It is with me most all the time. It is my favorite knife of my life.

 

Savoy1

EDC Scholar
#5
Snub Love! Book em Danno. Several of these rotate through my EDC from time to time. I like the romance of the revolver. In my 32 years of carrying a firearm I have found the J-frame size revolver to be what works best for me. Most likely never need it for defense but like so much of my other gear I just like having one around. I enjoy the build quality and maintaining them. A couple of these have seen a lot of the country with me.
 

Savoy1

EDC Scholar
#16
I really like that holster. It’s hard to tell. Does the gun hang vertical or horizontal? I’m always looking for a new way to carry my j- frame.


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I bought this holster several years ago. It hangs vertical. It came from Italy if I remember.


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Savoy1

EDC Scholar
#19
What is the white thing on the speed strip?
There are five hydra-shok hollow points and the thing I think your referring to is a snake-shot shotshell round on the end. I keep one on the speed strip that I edc because I so frequently come in contact with venomous snakes where I live. I usually carry a J-frame .38, but as with the revolver in the photo I have numerous .38 and .357 revolvers as well so the speed strip works with all of them. I have these shot shells in just about all the calibers for which I have guns and carry one in the same way on other speed strips such as .44 and .45 .colt etc.
 

Ben Rubinstein

Apocalypse Ready
#20
There are five hydra-shok hollow points and the thing I think your referring to is a snake-shot shotshell round on the end. I keep one on the speed strip that I edc because I so frequently come in contact with venomous snakes where I live. I usually carry a J-frame .38, but as with the revolver in the photo I have numerous .38 and .357 revolvers as well so the speed strip works with all of them. I have these shot shells in just about all the calibers for which I have guns and carry one in the same way on other speed strips such as .44 and .45 .colt etc.
Cool. In the case of a snake would you have time to unload one shell and replace with this? I've never been attacked by a snake so I've no idea.
 
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