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#84402 - 01/30/07 08:01 PM what is your every day carry? part three
mrwilmoth Offline
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Registered: 11/02/06
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Loc: Los Angeles, CA

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#84403 - 01/30/07 09:04 PM Re: what is your every day carry? part three
Polak187 Offline
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Loc: Brooklyn, New York
not much changed with me... but today I got the arc light and that will go on my key chain...

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#84404 - 01/30/07 09:46 PM Re: what is your every day carry? part three
teacher Offline
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OK, tow questions; what is all this stuff and how do you carry it?

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#84405 - 01/30/07 10:07 PM Re: what is your every day carry? part three
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ROFL! I've never seen a couple stogies on anyone's survival list before!
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#84406 - 01/30/07 10:18 PM Re: what is your every day carry? part three
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Registered: 12/19/06
Posts: 101
Loc: Michigan, USA
If you don't mind, I'll EDC those cigars for ya......
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#84407 - 01/30/07 10:24 PM Re: what is your every day carry? part three
Lasd02 Offline
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Registered: 12/14/05
Posts: 130
Loc: Pasadena, Calif.
I don't have this stuff in my pockets, but I keep the pack with me wherever I go:




Contents:




Contents of stuff sacks:



The items you can't see because of the flash reflection are Lotrimin and/or Benadryl.


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#84408 - 01/30/07 10:52 PM Re: what is your every day carry? part three
Polak187 Offline
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Just in case I need to do a "Panama". If you are asking what the "Panama" is than I will refer you to the movie "Sahara" <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />:):):) But in short it involves a cigar, boat, cut fuel line and explosions <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />:):)
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#84409 - 01/30/07 11:04 PM Re: what is your every day carry? part three
Polak187 Offline
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Registered: 05/23/02
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Loc: Brooklyn, New York
All this stuff fits nicely all over my pockets... I carry cargo pants and after years of carrying a lot of gear stuff sits nicely and it doesn't bother me.

Knife: Strider/Buck Tirani
Tool: Leatherman
Zippo Titanium customized
SF L1
Phone + earpiece
Portable Radio
Keys (just added new arc light to it)
Petzl Headlamp E+Light(http://en.petzl.com/petzl/LampesProduits?Produit=607)
Wallet + Secondary wallet with shield for street/scene work
Black pouch with cpr shield and gloves
FAK + epi pen (I'm dating a girl that is very allergic to things)
Small Camera (olympus 720SW waterproof and drop proof)
GPS (nuvi 530)
Cigars (always something good to smoke to pass time)
Watch + dog tags

GPS, radio and camera and headlamp are more work related. Very often I'm "on call" officer and my guys are known to do retarded stuff so I kind of have to just pick up and go. Depending on what it is (accident, exposure, tough job) I need to be able to stay in touch, get there, fix it, document it and survey. I found out that carrying all of it is the only way to save time and getting job done. I was trying to leave it in the car, home, base, locker but it never worked out. That's why I love colder months since some of it can go into my jacket.
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#84410 - 01/31/07 12:12 AM Re: what is your every day carry? part three
ratbert42 Offline
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Registered: 05/31/06
Posts: 178
Loc: Florida
Wallet: extra cash, 2 bandaids, Victorinox Swisscard
Keychain: Arc AAA-P and Victorinox Manager II on one half, Swisstech Utili-Key on the other half, mixed in with my keys
Spyderco Caly 3 (or a larger folder)
Palm Treo

Just enough to deal with the little emergencies or get me back to my car and/or more comprehensive kits. Yeah, there's some duplication (4 knives and 2 lights), but that lets me go places with just my wallet and know that I still have a knife and light even though they're incredibly tiny.

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#84411 - 01/31/07 02:40 AM Re: what is your every day carry? part three
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Loc: Massachusetts
Just in case I need to do a "Panama".

That was a great scene... especially when the owner of the boat hears the word "Panama" on the radio and realizes what's about to happen to his boat... I thought Cussler's book was great, and was skeptical about seeing it as a movie, but, they did a good job.
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