Top Self-Defense Accessories

The determining factor whether someone decides to EDC or not often boils down to comfort. EDC practitioners possess a wide variety of options for what makes their daily carry easier to fit into their lifestyle. Don’t miss these deals that make crossbreedyour everyday carry simple and comfortable.

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Holding up the Fort
A true gun belt doesn’t flex or twist on the draw. A firm foundation offers shooters an opportunity to draw effortlessly. It helps if they have a nondescript look too. CrossBreed belts were designed specifically for EDC folks. BUY HEREholster

Keep it Firmly in Place
I like my holsters like I like my belts – firm. IWB KYDEX holsters are standard business these days. Shooters have multiple options to choose from and reasonable prices. For me, a minimalistic KYDEX holster makes the most sense. Concealment Express holsters have an adjustable cant. Plus, these KYDEX holsters are lightweight and durable. BUY HEREshirt

Clothes Make the EDCer
I’d much rather stick to being the gray man in the crowd. The only way this is possible is with indiscriminate clothing, but I also need it to function. Vertx knows clothing. More importantly, they understand concealment garments. Patterns are key when breaking up outlines of firearms. BUY HERE

No Gun, Now Whatblade
Many locations don’t allow firearms to be carried, but you can carry a knife. The Colonel Blades are topnotch performers. The NCO LowVz fixed blade comes with a trainer knife to hone your skills when your carry gun isn’t present. BUY HERE

Say Yes to Morebhils
If somebody asks you how many rounds you have and you know the number, you don’t have enough ammo. How often do you practice with your carry ammo? If the answer is never, then shame on you. You should be spending time with your carry ammo just as much as your FMJ or frangible ammo. Black Hills makes high quality defensive loads. The Honey Badger ammo delivers excellent terminal ballistics in a copper projectile. More ammo is always a good thing. BUY HERE

Finding comfortable gear to EDC in is a difficult task. Until you’re able to try it on and give it a go, you’ll never know. Continue to stock up on deals and remember to be safe on the range and in the public. ~ KJ

Kevin Jarnagin
Kevin Jarnagin (KJ) hails from Oklahoma, but quickly established Louisiana roots after joining the Gun Talk team. KJ grew up as a big game hunter, and knows his way around a bass boat. Whether it’s making his way to British Columbia for elk or training with pistols, Jarnagin always seems to find a gun in his hands and adventure on his mind.