Posted July 30, 2018 9:00 am by Comments

By Kristin Alberts caught up with Bill Stewart, a lifelong shooter, collector, and industry professional to see what makes his cut for Every Day Carry (EDC). When asked about his EDC, Stewart was quick to lift the tails of his untucked t-shirt, revealing a well-hidden pair of carry weapons.
On his right hip sits a OWB concealed Glock Model 42. The Model 42 holds six rounds of .380 ACP, and Stewart points out that though the 9mm may be favored for concealed carry, he is confident in the .380’s stopping power given the ample offerings of premium self-defense ammunition. Plus, he appreciates the slightly smaller dimensions of the Model 42, which measures just 5.9-inches long, 4.1-inches in height, less than an inch wide, and weighs 17.2-ounces fully loaded.
Bill Stewart’s EDC weapons: Glock Model 42, a Blackhawk! Serpa CQC holster and a Microtech Ultratech knife (Photo: Kristin Alberts/
What good is a carry gun without a quality holster? Stewart’s choice of the Blackhawk! Serpa CQC points to an emphasis on safety with adjustable retention as well as easy access for the carrier. The AutoLock feature on the Serpa CQC means the user must depress the release with the trigger finger to allow the pistol to


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