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#110337 - 10/28/07 01:44 PM Re: what is your every day carry? part three [Re: Andy]
Andy Offline

Registered: 09/13/07
Posts: 378
Loc: SE PA
I recently added an Alinco DJ-C7T ham radio transceiver. Fits nicely into a CountyComm MPCC pouch on the belt.
In a crisis one does not rise to one's level of expectations but rather falls to one's level of training.

#110354 - 10/28/07 06:22 PM Re: what is your every day carry? part three [Re: Andy]
marvin Offline

Registered: 08/16/07
Posts: 5

1. Doug Ritter MkII Photon
2. Swedish fire steel (scout model)
3. Paracord bracelet, roughly 8 ft. of usable cordage when undone.
4. Bic lighter
5. P38
6. Gerber PR 3.0
7. Bandana
8. Sanyo 7050
9. (not shown) Fox 40 whistle
10. (not shown) SAK classic on keyring

EDC bag:

- CountyComm EOD Bag
- CountyComm MPCC Pouch
- CountyComm Knife/Multi-tool Pouch
- SpecOps Medium Medic Pouch
- CountyComm Diplomat Pocket Organizer.


(top left to top right going clockwise)
- Sketchbook
- Stenopad
- Hanky
- WD 80gb HDD
- SanDisk 1gb USB drive
- Extra phone batt.
- CountyComm Watch Taco w/ Ipod Nano and Shure E2C's
- Mini Maglight w/ LED and Smart Switch upgrade
- Gerber PR2.0 Folder
- Red Glowstick
- Mini roll of duct tape
- Chapstick
- CountyComm SOLED
- Emergency Blanket
- Doug Ritter PSK
- 25ft. of 550 cord
- Poncho
- CountyComm Pocket Pry Bar
- Leatherman Wave
- CountyComm Diplomat Organizer w/ misc. drawing pens, pencils etc.
- Sanyo 7050
- AB first aid kit

#115344 - 12/10/07 11:37 AM Re: what is your every day carry? part three [Re: marvin]
mrwilmoth Offline

Registered: 11/02/06
Posts: 21
Loc: Los Angeles, CA

Edited by mrwilmoth (12/11/07 01:26 AM)

#118820 - 01/04/08 03:24 PM Re: what is your every day carry? part three [Re: mrwilmoth]
jaywalke Offline

Registered: 12/22/07
Posts: 172
Loc: Appalachian mountains
Nothing groundbreaking here, but I like threads like this and want to give it a bump.


Starting at keys and going clockwise:
- REI aluminum whistle on keychain
- flash drive on keychain
- smallet and money clip
- plain-jane cell phone
- Gerber LST (This occasionally replaces SAK to reduce bulk, I don't carry both at once.)
- Victorinox Voyager Lite with clock, LED light and pen.

In jacket, so these are cold-weather carry only:
- Surefire G2 Nitrolon
- lip balm

Briefcase (old-school leather barrister bag):

Staring at upper left and going clockwise:
- various notebooks and pads
- many writing utensils
- pocket hairbrush and lip balm
- possibles bag (expanded below)
- Leatherman Wave
- Maglite AA with LED upgrade, spare batteries and Jak-strap to use as a headlamp
- mp3 player with spare battery and headphones
- 2Gb flash drive
(on cord)
- compass
- Victorinox Classic
- blue Photon
- flint rod
- whistle

Possibles bag:

Top left, clockwise.
- sewing kit, rubber band, flat duct tape
- first aid kit and dental floss
- emergency poncho
- nylon cord
- safety wire, 4 safety pins
- mini-Bic
- pencil stub
- knife sharpener

Forgot: Books. I'm always reading at least two books, and they go with me wherever I go.

Edited by jaywalke (01/04/08 05:37 PM)

#118827 - 01/04/08 04:03 PM Re: what is your every day carry? part three [Re: jaywalke]
Eugene Offline
Carpal Tunnel

Registered: 12/26/02
Posts: 2823
I haven't listed mine in a while.

Motorola Q9m smartphone with 2G microSD card full of pictures, music, maps, documents, etc.
Crappy pager for work

Front right pocket:
Truck keys and remote with Arc AAA
Key wallet with house, car, shed, toolbox keys, watch band compass, p38, gerber Ridge knife, and a stash of $.
2G USb Flashdrive and USb to microSD reader.

Front left pocket:
Leatherman Wave
Memory card case with the microSD to miniSD and MicroSD to SD adapters and MiniSD wifi card for the phone.
Bluetooth headset

Back left pocket:

Back right pocket:

Garmin GPS

Laptop bag: work laptop and my personal laptop.

#118837 - 01/04/08 05:43 PM Re: what is your every day carry? part three [Re: Eugene]
benjammin Offline
Carpal Tunnel

Registered: 02/06/04
Posts: 4020
Loc: Anchorage AK
Here I thought this thread was just about played out.

Someone must be bored to keep resurrecting these old threads.

Still, long as you got something to post, might as well.
The ultimate result of shielding men from the effects of folly is to fill the world with fools.
-- Herbert Spencer, English Philosopher (1820-1903)

#118937 - 01/05/08 11:30 AM Re: what is your every day carry? part three [Re: benjammin]
wildman800 Offline
Carpal Tunnel

Registered: 11/09/06
Posts: 2814
Loc: La-USA
maybe it's past time to put a lock on his one....
The best luck is what you make yourself!

#118965 - 01/05/08 08:28 PM Re: what is your every day carry? part three [Re: wildman800]
Alex Offline
Old Hand

Registered: 03/01/07
Posts: 1034
Loc: -
Disagree! This is the second "Most viewed" thread on the forum ( 10404 hits!). If you're bored - just skip reading/posting here. Personally, I'm adjusting my EDC set almost everytime I see a new post here. Or you're talking about starting the "part four"?

#118972 - 01/05/08 09:36 PM Re: what is your every day carry? part three [Re: Alex]
bushguy Offline

Registered: 03/08/07
Posts: 2
Loc: Ottawa,Ontario,Canada
I agree with Alex, it's a changing thing... Also what about all the Newbs yet to arrive in here? Lots of great stuff in this thread. ;-) Hey, why can't I post a shot of some of my EDC stuff in this quick reply box? That bites! :-( Well, maybe this cut and paste job will work?

This stuff is carried in my various pockets every day plus cash & keys but you've all seen those before. smile

I'm happiest when I'm in the bush...bg

#118975 - 01/05/08 10:07 PM Re: what is your every day carry? part three [Re: bushguy]
Stu Offline
I am not a P.P.o.W.
Old Hand

Registered: 05/16/05
Posts: 1058
Loc: Finger Lakes of NY State
Why end the thread? If prople stop posting, it will fade off on it's own. Otherwise, it's a interesting read.
Our most important survival tool is our brain, and for many, that tool is way underused! SBRaider
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