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#124621 - 02/21/08 04:54 AM Re: How would you improve RR's Survival Necklace? [Re: climberslacker]
Hacksaw
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I have a Scott eVest with over 40 pockets. It's the most amazing article of clothing I own. Unfortunately with so many pockets it's easy to overload it until the whole thing weighs 10 or 20 lbs. I imagine the pants could have similar issues.

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#292384 - 05/31/19 03:12 AM Re: How would you improve RR's Survival Necklace? [Re: colbyhouse]
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Registered: 12/14/05
Posts: 754
My latest thinking is to move a kit to a belt pouch; cell phone or deck of cards sized. So much you can fit in there...

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#292399 - 06/02/19 08:31 AM Re: How would you improve RR's Survival Necklace? [Re: MoBOB]
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Registered: 01/13/09
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#292417 - 06/07/19 06:24 PM Re: How would you improve RR's Survival Necklace? [Re: quick_joey_small]
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Registered: 08/26/06
Posts: 6854
Loc: southern Cal
Not being a fan of items hanging on my neck, I prefer to put many items on my key ring.Besides house and car keys, I carry a AAA lashlight, a small multitool (plus a locking folder), a mini pry bar, and cash in a sturdy capsule. I have added a peanut lighter on occasion.

Other goodies, which vary day to day, go in pockets or in a pouch in my backpack. Those are the rudiments of an expedient shelter, fire making items, and an appropriate FAK. Also maybe a snack,preferably with chocolate, or two....
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#292423 - 06/07/19 08:57 PM Re: How would you improve RR's Survival Necklace? [Re: colbyhouse]
Phaedrus Offline
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Registered: 04/28/10
Posts: 2266
Loc: Great Plains
Yeah, I'm the same. Not a fan of stuff on my neck although while actually in the woods I'll sometimes have my ESEE Izula set up as a neck knife (paracord with break-away buttons in the middle). While actively doing stuff in camp it's just handy on the neck, easily accessed with either hand.
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