submitted by starstreak

Great blog!

I’m japanese photographer. here’s my carry :

  • Sinn UX S GSG9
  • Sony Ericsson Xperia arc
  • Keys
  • Leatherman Style PS
  • Nitecore EX11.2

Editor’s Note: Thanks for the kind words. Also, thanks for putting a brief description of what you do and where you’re from to put the carry into perspective. It makes sense that you carry a bladeless multitool due to Japanese knife laws. I see you keep your light on a wrist lanyard, which is nice for retrieval and retention when in use. If you want a different carry solution, there are actually some aftermarket titanium pocket clips that carry nice and deep if you’d want to go that route. Lastly, the real standout of this carry is that Sinn! Looks great all around, thanks for sharing.


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