I have become a huge fan of the TV show Longmire on A&E.  After watching all last season and the start of this season I thought it would be cool to try and create an everyday carry list of the items the Sheriff seems to always have on him.  Any help to specifics would be appreciated.

Buck Hunter 110 Knife

Winchester

Pistol 

Handcuffs

Boots

Jacket

Hat

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