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I opted for the carabiner option that includes miniature yet durable and highly useful tools. Here's the list of tools from left to right:


  • Paracord monkey fist I made with a 1/2" steel ball bearing inside
  • True mini gas lighter
  • Gerber pry bar multi tool
  • Mini maglite
  • Leatherman croc tool
  • Pocket kubaton
  • Leatherman squirt multitool
  • Leatherman Style PS
  • Paracord keyfob with about 10ft of cord

The carabiner itself is a large climbing carabiner so I can actually use it as a rappel device. Another thing I really like about this setup, which I subsequently found out upon putting it together, is I can use it as a noise maker attached to my pack or a pocket to repel wildlife as I have before.
I would really recommend the lighter too. I actually prefer it over a zippo. Uses the same fuel but is air tight unlike zippo! As you can see there's a bit of redundancy going on here and that is simply in case some tools give away. Overall price of this thing is no more than $50.
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My new manbag edc what came in today, got to add couple other little items when i think of them, handy to keep all items in one place like wallet mob ph etc.
Its molle compatible too, so it goes on your belt/pack if wanted.
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for the most part, i travel fairly simple. I do keep a few things in my vehicle, since it is usually not so far away that i cannot get to it, but on my person, i dont carry a lot of extra gear. i always have a knife on me of some sort. Just depends on what i am doing and where it am at. Walking into a business meeting with a 12 inch bowie on your hip is frowned upon. i do always try to have some sort of blade on me at all times. just too many uses for a good quality knife. most often it is a folding knife with a 3 inch blade. More often that not, i have my 9mm on me as well, and usually a lighter (prefer a good quality flip ton over a cheap bic) and i have a P-38 on my keychain. In my vehicle however is a different question. i can survive out of my truck for an extended period of time. i have a "three day pack" that is always in there, but i can actually survive out of it for much longer than 3 days. Always have plenty of water and my Life straw, freeze dried food, compact sleeping bag, poncho, 550 cord, extra socks and undies, extra ammo, etc. I have also recently began keeping a take down bow in my truck as well. Still, i do not carry too much on my body though. I hate for my pockets to be overflowing.
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Loose pocket carry:
The stuff I carry loose in pockets are the Swiss army mini champ, plus the Kershaw classic knife and a little sealed lighter and the Leatherman style (pliers version). The Gerber Dime is shown for comparison. I like the style better as it is lighter and easier to open, but the Gerber is a close second. either one is mainly to have a small pair of pliers. The Leatherman style is TSA approved.
If I want a larger knife, then the CRKT Summa is typically what I grab.


Then there are 2 kits in waterproof bags.
The red one is light (4.5 Oz) and fits easily in a spare pocket. It started as the SOL survival/first aid kit, and I added a few things, like 6 or so dry flies, a fly leader, some regular fishing line, dental floss, Benedryl. there is also a strong magnet tied to some fishing line to retrieve metal objects lost beyond reach. It has 2 button compasses, a lighter with needle and an assortment of first aid and signalling items and some really good tweezers with magnifying glass attached. Also a small bic lighter, the SOL sparker fire starter and some tinder quicks. It pretty much always gets stuffed into a pocket when I walk out the door. Easy because it is small and weighs 4 .5 Oz. I much prefer this to a survival tin because it is waterproof, is more comfortable, and a bit larger so you can actually put something useful in it.
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The yellow kit is an Adventure medical 0.5 kit that you can disregard. it is too big to EDC after I added stuff to it.







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I'll have to come back with specifics, but much depends on occupation and location. What I carry for EDC in combat is vastly different than what I carry when traveling for work in CONUS. Working on a military installation affects what I can carry as opposed to traveling to a nearby city off-duty.

Outside of flight regulations, I typically always have a quality folder and quality flashlight that can be used as an impact weapon. Often times I'll offset carry a multitool (Leatherman Wingman or Skeletool CX). I can go more robust at work minus a firearm:



Off duty, it's usually just a folder, light, pistol with spare magazine. I have more extensive equipment in the truck or a small pack if traveling as a passenger.

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My EDC when around town: Prescription glasses w/Transition lenses; Samsung Galaxy S6 Android Smartphone loaded with prep apps; Limeade 13,000mAh power pack w/cord; Yaesu VX-8DR handheld Amateur radio w/spare batteries & AAA battery case; 2x Maglite Solitaire LED flashlight; USB flashlight; Redi-edge knife sharpener; whistle; handcuff key, pocket knife; medications in cache tube; 2 bandannas; Bic lighter; GeoTube w/Duracell Quantum AAA batteries; Gentlemanís SAK; Leatherman Micra; eyeglass screwdriver tool; GeoTube w/eyeglass screws; P-51 can opener; handcuff key; Res-Q-Me seatbelt cutter/window breaker; slim USB drive; Write In The Rain notebook; 2 Fisher tactical clip cap Space pens; Seiko SNZG15K1 self-winding watch w/compass watchband; Wallet with Ready-Man wallet lock-pick, survival, and E&E cards; folding knife card; Jeans & long sleeve sport/dress shirt; Bullhide belts leather money belt; leather suspenders; WinterSilks V-neck T-shirt; WinterSilks boxer briefs; Merino wool socks; leather safari jacket w/light leather gloves; Henschel wide brim hat; Mission EnduraCool multi-cool tube scarf; Danner Ft. Lewis boots; Glock 21SF and 4 spare magazines in IWB holster/pouches, T-handle walking stick

(Yes, it is heavy. Upwards of 10 to 12 pounds of clothing and gear, every day, all day.)

Plus the following for the colder weather:
insulated leather gloves; ear warmers; silk or wool scarf/shemagh; Winter Silks silk and/or Eddie Bauer Merino wool V-neck long john shirt and pants; silk sock and glove liners; silk balaclava; Merino wool balaclava; second layer wool socks; toe, foot, and hand warmer packets; CaBoots lambswool lined shotgun boots

When I go camping or to the field I add: pocket no-see-um headnet; Permethrin treated clothing: Propper khaki cargo pants; Propper 2 pocket khaki shirt w/epaulets; Zippo lighter w/2 fuel tubes; Cammenga 3H Tritium lensatic compass; Leatherman Surge multi-tool; Victorinox SwissChamp SAK; Surefire G2 LED; 28-40oz SS Kleen Kanteen water bottle w/carabiner; 6 fatwood sticks; Lifefire tin; Lightning Strike fire starter; Lightning Strike spare tinder tube; UCO matches; 50í 750 cord; hiking staff, hook handle cane, or Shepard's staff

And for cold weather in the field: Carhartt Extreme bibs, Carhartt Extreme parka with hood, Sorel Pac boots.

Just my opinion.
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Well if there is every a rumble and the rules are "pocket knives only," it's good to know the members of this forum will be able to hold their own.

Personally, I carry:
-cash
-credit card with a sizable credit limit
-keys
-cell phone
-watch
-ear buds
-backup battery, charging cable, wall & car plugs for cell phone
-card with emergency contact & medical info
-Leatherman
-head lamp w/spare batteries
-notebook, pen, pencil, sharpie
-two bandanas or handkerchiefs
-sunglasses/safety glasses w/prescription insert, spare contacts, contacts case, eye drops, ear plugs
-various small bits (tape, zip ties, carabiniers)
-customized first aid kit w/easy access nitrile gloves
-hand sanitizer
-N95 mask
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-various snacks, 1,000-2,000 calories
-change of clothes w/running shoes
-rain coat
-thermal layer, winter hat, scarf, socks, gloves (winter)
-EDC
-pepper spray
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I'll take some photos when I get home and do a write-up.

My EDC is fairly large, because of work and going into the bush everyday.

But I find my set-up light and worth carrying.

It's my EDC/GHB but could also be a B.O.B-albeit a small one compared to most people's.
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On person I have a lighter, car keys, Zippo, small flashlight, Leatherman rebar, keltec pf9 with spare magazine. Kershaw blur, cash. And any Rx meds needed.
Edc bag that tends to go with me to the car/jeep or riding with someone else. Hydration pack with 6 + fruit bars, some other basic food supplies, nalgene bottle, Sol space blanket, 2 small key chain lights, water purification tablets, small amount of paracord. Firesteel, 1 wet fire. Basic first aid supplies plus 2 quick clot sponges, ace bandages, glacier gel blister bandaids, button compass, mechanix gloves and a bandana or 2. And my dad's firemans tag out. ( Sentimental value) I'll add picture and whatever else I forgot. But thats basically it. The bag is build as a ghb/edc, bare minimum of what I need to get home. I can top off the bag with supplies in the trunk if I have to leave my vehicle for some reason
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I think maybe some of us just operate differently than others. As I stated earlier, I have a pack that is always nearby, meaning I take it with me and it stays in my vehicle, hotel room, or home, but I almost always have it nearby. "Almost", because I do have to travel by air on occasion and TSA frowns upon sharp objects and such. With that said, what I consider my "everyday carry" is what I literally have on my person and not what is in my truck while I am in a business meeting or working in a government building or military base (which I must frequently do). So I guess my point is that maybe we aren't all talking about the same thing. I am seeing pictures of more gear than I could stuff into two pairs of cargo pants and a field jacket, much less a pair of slacks and a sport coat. That said, my "get home" bag, which is what I prefer to call it is well stocked and designed to do just that, get my butt home, regardless of how far away that is. I just do not carry much other than a knife, a Zippo, and a few small gadgets like a P-38 in my pockets. It just isn't feasible in my line of work.
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Wow...compared to some...I feel light.
My EDC is what is in my pockets every day.
Work or not.... Nothing changes
Right cargo pocket..... 2 spare cell batteries for my S5 in a zip lock Bag
Left cargo pocket...nothing
Right back pocket....wallet with cash and credit cards
Left back pocket...S5 cell
Left front pocket...P38 ...fire steel... 8gb flash drive with encryption...led light
Right front pocket...my keys

Living outside the US....no EDC guns....
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I think maybe some of us just operate differently than others. As I stated earlier, I have a pack that is always nearby, meaning I take it with me and it stays in my vehicle, hotel room, or home, but I almost always have it nearby. "Almost", because I do have to travel by air on occasion and TSA frowns upon sharp objects and such. With that said, what I consider my "everyday carry" is what I literally have on my person and not what is in my truck while I am in a business meeting or working in a government building or military base (which I must frequently do). So I guess my point is that maybe we aren't all talking about the same thing. I am seeing pictures of more gear than I could stuff into two pairs of cargo pants and a field jacket, much less a pair of slacks and a sport coat. That said, my "get home" bag, which is what I prefer to call it is well stocked and designed to do just that, get my butt home, regardless of how far away that is. I just do not carry much other than a knife, a Zippo, and a few small gadgets like a P-38 in my pockets. It just isn't feasible in my line of work.
My EDC is my GHB, my GHB is my EDC.

I spend most of my time at work or in the bush. I'm also a Type 1 Diabetic.

My bag is set up, so that I can take the belt off of it and have the bare bones and still be able to do what needs to be done.

My absolute minimum when walking in town; Kershaw Valmara (on pant loop), keys-p38-Maglite solitaire on belt, Maxpedition Spartan Wallet with the usual and my cell phone. As well as my Maxpedition m-4 Waistpack, with my diabetic meds, RITR notepad/pen, lighter, water purification tablets, super glue, band aids, honey packets (for low blood sugars) and a few other things.

Everyone's needs, locations, and situations are different. I could be at work at the mine, then have to travel a few hours to another site, then to where ever.

To me, EDC is what I carry daily and need to function, with a few wants for comfort.

People always ask me why I carry a backpack with me, I tell em I need it and its contents to "survive". Some think I may be out to lunch, that is until my bag has something they need.

Then they think I'm a genius.

So there's that.

I don't believe there is a written rule, saying only pocket carry. It's EDC; every day carry.
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I go fairly light on the whole EDC thing, I have a bag in the truck with a bigger kit. But as for gear on me anytime I walk out the door;

~Keychain with mini flashlight, firesteel, Spyderco dragonfly knife, and a few keys even.

~Leatherman multitool.

~cell phone.

~Bandanna

~Fenix 1AA flashlight

~some duct tape, a little aluminum foil, paper clips, safety pin, all in my wallet. Sometimes even some cash.

~handgun and 1 spare mag

As I mentioned, I have a bag in the truck with more and better stuff, but this gets me thru the day pretty well. In my job I am using the leatherman and the flashlight all the time. Haven't had to use the pistol yet.
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I think maybe some of us just operate differently than others. As I stated earlier, I have a pack that is always nearby, meaning I take it with me and it stays in my vehicle, hotel room, or home, but I almost always have it nearby. "Almost", because I do have to travel by air on occasion and TSA frowns upon sharp objects and such. With that said, what I consider my "everyday carry" is what I literally have on my person and not what is in my truck while I am in a business meeting or working in a government building or military base (which I must frequently do). So I guess my point is that maybe we aren't all talking about the same thing. I am seeing pictures of more gear than I could stuff into two pairs of cargo pants and a field jacket, much less a pair of slacks and a sport coat. That said, my "get home" bag, which is what I prefer to call it is well stocked and designed to do just that, get my butt home, regardless of how far away that is. I just do not carry much other than a knife, a Zippo, and a few small gadgets like a P-38 in my pockets. It just isn't feasible in my line of work.
To clarify my post above yours, I actually take the same approach with the bag. I only carry it to and from the car or if I'm on public transit. I take it out every time I leave crackheads will break a window for my bag thinking they can sell something in it. My edc on body is what's posted above the bag is more a ghb and edc if I'm away from.my vehicle. I will add pictures my whole setup is relatively small compared to many. It's my bare minimum to get home in the bag. On body is daily basis and could be used to get home less comfortably through a city environment. Bag has came i. Handy on road trips though.
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I probably should have mentioned that I walk everywhere (at least outside of work).
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I think maybe some of us just operate differently than others. As I stated earlier, I have a pack that is always nearby, meaning I take it with me and it stays in my vehicle, hotel room, or home, but I almost always have it nearby. "Almost", because I do have to travel by air on occasion and TSA frowns upon sharp objects and such. With that said, what I consider my "everyday carry" is what I literally have on my person and not what is in my truck while I am in a business meeting or working in a government building or military base (which I must frequently do). So I guess my point is that maybe we aren't all talking about the same thing. I am seeing pictures of more gear than I could stuff into two pairs of cargo pants and a field jacket, much less a pair of slacks and a sport coat. That said, my "get home" bag, which is what I prefer to call it is well stocked and designed to do just that, get my butt home, regardless of how far away that is. I just do not carry much other than a knife, a Zippo, and a few small gadgets like a P-38 in my pockets. It just isn't feasible in my line of work.
Right there with ya. That was essentially the purpose of this thread. Although great kits on here most of it requires a pack of some sort to stuff all of that in. I too listed what I carry on my person. Truck kit and an extended time in the field kit are a different story. Great input Ole Grunt
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Currently my edc (carried on person) consist of a Becker BK24, a leatherman Rebar, Surefire flashlight, Zippo, bandana, Glock 43 with Pearce +1 extension and a spare mag with the same setup in a Stealth Gear AIWB holster and mag carrier, Casio Rangeman, Wiley X sunglasses and a solid metal pen ofsome sort. Also included is my cell phone and wallet. My edc bag is also my get home bag. It has all the basics covered including a fairly complete first aid kit. The fire arm is out of the equation when I am at work.
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Just this most of the time.....



Plus a notepad that I forgot to take out of my pocket for the picture

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