5 reasons you’re carrying your EDC wrong

Do you carry a gun regularly? If so, there’s a good chance that you’re probably doing at least one of these things that you shouldn’t be doing. Here are five reasons you’re carrying your gun incorrectly, and how to fix them.

1. Your belt is a piece of s***

good belt and bad belt

Look at these two belts. The one in the middle that’s all nicely rolled up is from Fossil. It’s not a gun belt. It’s not reinforced, and under the weight of any gun larger than a NAA Black Widow it sags. It’s a perfectly fine belt…if you’re not carrying a gun. If you are carrying a gun, it’s a piece of s***. The other belt, the one that’s around it? That’s a gun belt. It’s a leather belt that’s been reinforced with an inner layer of kydex so that it doesn’t deform and doesn’t sag. I can’t roll it up, because it’s too rigid. It is a great gun belt, and also looks quite nice. Get a good belt.

It’s no wonder kids don’t know anything about guns

If this is the quality of the toy they’re expected to play with.


Reader Eric saw that for sale in a store in Chicagoland and sent the photo in. It’s pretty funny, in a tragic sort of way. Sure, it’s just a kid’s toy, but a magazine fed revolver? This is what happens when you outsource your gun shaped toys to China! A country with no gun ownership doesn’t know what they’re doing, we need to preserve our great cultural legacy of realistic toy guns and bring our water pistol manufacturing back home. American jobs for American Workers! MURICA!