One of the perks of my job is to test and evaluate many products associated with everyday carry (EDC). Although we review many of these products on The Loadout Room, I typically default back to a standard loadout for my daily shenanigans. I try to keep things as simple and streamlined as possible. You’ll notice that most of what I carry has not changed if you look back over some of my past articles. Typically the one item that is fluid is the knife I’m carrying. I test and evaluate a lot of knives for the site which means I need to carry and use them in order to provide you the reader with an accurate review. I do change up my method of carrying a folding knife from time to time. Typically I would just clip it to my pocket like most do, but when keeping a low profile is necessary, I choose to just drop the knife in my pocket. I don’t want to give anybody any indicators that I have weapons on me, whether that is a gun or a knife. Because of that carry methodology, I had to choose a folder that was lightweight and compact, but not compromise on the quality of materials and build.

Here is the current rundown of what is on me when I leave the house:

If I’m going to carry concealed it is my Glock 26 in a Raven Concealment Eidolon holster that is setup for inside the waistband carry. Spare mag is a Glock 19 magazine secured in the back pocket via a NeoMag.

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