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All around seems to be the complete package: firepower, med, phone back up battery and who doesn't love the coffee cup!
I would love to see you do this for women sometime.
43 makes the most sense as an all round carry
I would choose #3. That is the best balance of firepower and concealability of the three.
The M&P would be my choice.
#3. It just makes more sense to me not to be overloaded with too much gear while going through your day.
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I believe 1 is a more rounded edc package. Plus the belt pouch really gives you easily changed our options.
Option #3 is definitely what I would go with as it is a compact easy to carry package but still capable of quick reloads and striker fired capabilities. Option #1 has far superior firepower but I'd be lying if I said I could carry that load out everyday and still manage to stay under the radar. I just don't have enough wheel gun experience to feel confident carrying #2 but that knife is saweet!
I am a big fan of the Glock 43. My current EDC is a Glock 19, but as an LEO I'm not as worried about absolute concealability as some are. My next purchase will definitely be the 43.
The M&P set up is the one one of the three you would want to have in a gun fight IMO. Much greater fighting capabilities.
I'm a M&P guy, but setup 3 seems closer to what I'd do... knife, light, blaster, and IFAK. I am very happy to see emphasis on EDC that includes an IFAK of some kind, since this is an oft-neglected area of the firearms community which typically prefers to focus on the other hardware...
I think the easier (that is smaller and lighter) equipment is to carry, the more likely it is to be carried. I like EDC package two because it is simple, effective, and minimal.
The M&P 9 would fit anyones hands, has the capacity, sight radius to for that accurate 25 yard shot if need be and its made in America!!
#3 It seems the most versatile weather you are dressed in shorts and t-shirt for warm weather or more layers or heavier clothes she n colder weather. It will work for any style you wear,there for the same load out the less chance of not grabbing an item..
The first one because he also has a fixed blade.
The glock 43 load out makes the most sense to me. I would personally prefer a S&W shield but that's just my preference.
Appendix carry fits my everyday carry options the best. I like not worrying about imprinting with appendix carry and even with layers I can get to my pistol quickly.