Welcome to the J-frame revolver loadout from Everyday Carry. Yes, we just covered the utility of small frame revolvers in the post. And right on cue, here’s Mike with his Smith & Wesson Model 60 in a pocket carry holster.
He carries in a BORAII Eagle pocket holster that keeps the gun oriented in the proper direction in the pocket, so when you really need it, you don’t have to go looking for the grip. That’s quite an affordable mate for your J-frame.
And at the same time, pocket holsters like this one break up the tell-tale outline of the gun. So you don’t get the question, “Is that a gun in your pocket or are you just glad to see me?” from your friends or dates. Of course the downside to pocket carry is that you pretty much have to keep that pocket dedicated to just the gun.
Mike also carries a highly rated 250-lumen Streamlight as every gun carrier should. In this case, 250 lumens-worth of darkness piercing. That’s a good thing. After all, most deadly force encounters take place in low-light conditions. It’s almost as if bad guys prefer to ply their trade in the dark…
Do you pocket carry? (I do.)