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Old 10-15-2019, 03:07 PM
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If someone had to check your pockets to get into a secure place would you be in trouble? I realized I would be.My pockets had the following.
Money clip
credit cards
some cash
keys
two different knives
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Old 10-15-2019, 03:19 PM
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pretty much the same, but with a couple of speed strips for my S&W 586 or an additional magazine for my 9mm or 45 depending on the day.
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Old 10-15-2019, 06:25 PM
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Sig P238 in a Galco pocket holster. That is, until it fell overboard when I was out canoeing in deep water one day.

Wallet.

Some change.

No other money, I'm married.
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Old 10-15-2019, 07:32 PM
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Wallet
Keys
Chapstick
Small Swiss army knife.

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Old 10-15-2019, 11:07 PM
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Metal that would trip off a wand or metal detector--

Swiss Guard issue rosary
S&W Centennial
HKS speed loader
Keys
Loose change
Pocket knife
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Old 10-15-2019, 11:20 PM
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daily inventory

Right front pocket....loose change, Spyderco edc knife, car keys
Left front pocket.....money clip and flip cell phone
Left rear pocket.....wallet
Right rear pocket....empty 95% of time, but checkbook when needed.
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Old 10-16-2019, 12:09 AM
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Some sort of pocket knife and or multi tool
Keys
Wallet
Small AAA Flash light
Lighter
Handkerchief
Phone
When not at work either a Walther pps m2 or a kel tec p32 and a spar mag when at work add work gloves a notebook assorted pens and pencils.
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Old 10-16-2019, 05:45 AM
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Left front pocket - 3G phone. Right front pocket - vehicle keys with SAK Minichamp / magnesium/ferro rod w/ striker. Mentos case with Leatherman CS Style tool - SAK pen - BIC lighter - daily medications. Right back pocket - truckers wallet with SOG Crosscut tool in one pocket.

Several *red flag* items there, I have to remember to not carry them when going into courthouse for jury duty.
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Old 10-16-2019, 07:03 AM
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Funny stories,
Late for court, atraffic ticket. Had to park far away. Got to security, emptied my pockets. Omg a pocket knife. The gaurd said you can take it back to the car or put it in the box, but then you won’t get it back. I said ok, keep it. After court, I got off as I do the judges tax return, told my attorney, he said follow me, we got the head gaurd, who had the key to the box, and I got my knife back

Another time went to a baseball game , forgot about the lcp in my hip pocket, was wanded at the entrance, they didn’t find it. Lucky me!
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Old 10-16-2019, 08:24 AM
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Traveled from the Mainland to Oahu then on to a cruise ship for a week. The Leatherman Micra in my wife's purse missed detection the entire time. Get off the ship and ready to catch a flight to Kaua'i and security spotted it. My lovely life partner started on the TSA guy wanting to know if he needed a birthday present for his son and other remarks that would have made losing the multitool seem rather insignificant. I whispered in her ear, "I'm going on the Kaua'i. I'll bail you out in two weeks." She quickly understood what I meant and relented. We laugh about it now.
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Well, I try very hard to understand where I'm going, and thus empty my pockets of "offensive" equipment, so that I don't disturb those snowflakes that are so afraid of their own firetrucking shadows that they can't function normally.
If they would be more concerned with what they do for the taxpayer and voter, instead of what they do to the taxpayer and voter, they wouldn't have to worry about whatever we might be carrying.

I haven't flown commercially since coming home from Egypt with my NG unit, in January of '04. Got rerouted to Des Moines due to snowfall in Waterloo. A double handful of us stepped out of the terminal for a smoke. Had to empty our pockets and remove our boots to get back in. Iowa National Guard, in uniform, and carrying automatic weapons on the plane, and we were forced to prove we weren't terrorists in training.
I vowed never to fly commercially anywhere after that. As far as I'm concerned the commercial airline industry can go belly up.

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Old 10-16-2019, 08:56 AM
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Just the standard stuff:

Wallet
Cash
Credit Cards
ID
Keys
Pocket Knife
Bianchi Speed loader with spare ammo
Spare Revolver
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Old 10-16-2019, 08:56 AM
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Usually there is nothing in my pockets except a Gerber clip-on. Wallet stays in the truck so I don't forget it when I go to town, along with my money clip. Many times I will forget to put them in my pocket when I get out of the truck and have to go back. I don't leave home much by choice.
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Old 10-16-2019, 09:58 AM
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Nothing to get excited about with me, just a very small knife and my vehicle's do-it-all key fob.
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Old 10-16-2019, 10:11 AM
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Actually nearly got me in trouble years ago. Wife and I went to see the Liberty Bell and I had my small Swiss knife in my pocket. I found a place to bury it in the shrubs but the wife said oh don't bother. Well I took it in and was promptly led away from everyone else and got a good tongue lashing. Moral of the story? DON'T listen to your wife.
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