No matter if I’m going to work in a suit and tie, jogging in tennis shoes and basketball shorts, or out on a date in blue jeans and a collar shirt, I never leave home without having a watch on my wrist, a knife in my pocket, and a handgun concealed. The three fit perfect together. All three are stylish staples and functional necessities that I live by. I been fascinated into watches since I been five. My father and grandfather were watch fanatics and exposed me to their collections. Naturally, I would become a watch guy. In a world with digital watches that are connected to our phones and lives, I enjoy a smooth, rugged automatic watch in a dive case with a unidirectional dial. I don’t do much diving in Pennsylvania, but I enjoy the aesthetics of a dive watches. Functional and stylish without voice controls. I have always enjoyed a good knife. A knife doesn’t need to connect to our social media outlets: it just needs to cut and cut good. My new knife was recommended to me by an EMT. It has a serrated edge, tungsten carbide window breaker, and a seat belt cutter. The additional features make this knife a great everyday carry knife. Also the orange color screams style. Lastly, to put any outfit together is a great carry gun. My Kahr K9 has been an exceptional carry gun and I have fired hundreds of rounds through it. It is also a great conceal carry handgun. It fits comfortably inside an inside the waistband holster. I brought wood replacement grips, custom checkered stainless steel guide rod, and a custom leather holster with stingray outliners. My gun, my knife, and my watch: I’m naked without them but dressed for any occasion with them.Get the book, patch or keychain here:
Reverend Kenn Blanchard is a USMC veteran, ordained pastor and podcaster that began this journey as a federal police officer and firearms trainer. In 1991, he began teaching security and qualifying, civilians and law enforcement officers for armed duties. In 1992, he became a gun rights activist. He has lobbied and testified before the United States Congress, Texas, South Carolina, Wisconsin, Michigan, Virginia, and Maryland for an individual’s right to self-defense. He has served on the Urban Affairs and Training committees of the NRA in the past. He created and founded a national shooting club for African Americans called the Tenth Cavalry Gun Club. In 1999 he became known as the Black Man With A Gun after publishing his first book and launching this website in 2000. He has since copyrighted the phrase. After discovering podcasting in 2007, he created the Urban Shooter / Black Man With A Gun Podcast to be able to reach people he has met as an activist and encourage them to stay in the fight for freedom.