Andrew Bryant served in the U.S. Marine Corps for five years and rose to the rank of sergeant. He did two deployments to Afghanistan, from August 2011 to March 2012 and then as part of 31st MEU from April 2013 to November 2013. And, he believes you should always be prepared for a gunfight.
He currently works as a range safety officer at Battlefield: Vegas in Las Vegas. As a veteran, he loves firearms and carries one every day.
For his appendix carry, he chooses a G-Code holster. He finds it comfortable and likes the positive retention on his weapon. He thinks it’s one of the best inside the waistband holsters on the market.
For a knife, he carries a simple assisted Tac Force blade. It has a glass-break which he likes in case he needs to break a window to rescue someone from a vehicle. He also carries the knife as a last resort in case his gun fails or he can’t get to it, and needs to defend himself in close proximity to an attacker.
He doesn’t currently carry an extra magazine but he plans on buying a G-Code mag caddy, which would allow him to carry an extra mag right next to his firearm holster. Although it would make his EDC a little bit more bulky, it would allow him an extremely efficient reload in a bad situation.