When it comes to choosing the best everyday carry pistol, there are many factors to consider, such as size, weight, caliber, and reliability.
When it comes to choosing a handgun, one decision you'll need to make is whether you want a striker-fired or hammer-fired model. Both types of firearms have their own unique characteristics and benefits, so understanding the differences between them can help you make an informed decision about which one is right for you.
An OTF knife with the spring assist option is a fantastic option to be a part of your EDC. This knife used the spring assist as a double action for the blade to protract and retract. With the belt clip on that comes on this knife this spring assisted knife can easily stay attached to your belt or pants pocket.
Before we ship out a Magholder we test the retention of every single one with the selected magazine. We have talked about this before but there are a few different magazine bodies we use for the almost 200+ models we support.
What goes into an EDC belt? Being in the concealed carry business I have gone through many different firearms, holsters and belts that I have used for my EDC.
This new mold has taken extensive research as we have tried to understand the pistol models that need this new mold and how we can accommodate as many models as possible.
A magazine holder can be worn in many different positions on your belt or even in your pocket. Whether it is in a vertical position or even in your pocket, our preferred method is in the horizontal orientation. There are many reasons we prefer this orientation that we have discussed in a few different articles and posts.
Friends or family can certainly influence your EDC. As you see what those you respect and trust are using as a part of their everyday carry you might decide to adopt what they are doing or using. This is perfectly normal and all a part of the evolution of your EDC.
I have chosen to conceal carry over the last few years compared to when I first started conceal carrying a pistol and I chose to open carry. Frankly when I first started to carry a pistol, I felt like it was my right to open carry and was fine with it 100%.