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I've had the blur for 8 , years and it's great. mine is definitely a bit more beat up.

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Bic lighter and cigarettes ( I know filthy smoker) but cigarettes also are a good way to find out information from other smokers.
Wow, that is a really great ideal.

I don't smoke but I'm going to pick up a pack to carry in my bag.
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Wow, that is a really great ideal.

I don't smoke but I'm going to pick up a pack to carry in my bag.
Thanks I appreciate that. I have noticed that smokers congregate talk. Also in a disaster a cigarette will help you learn something. And remember smokers are outside much more than non smokers during a work day. They see and here a lot. Trying to quit again soon but I will keep a pack with me. Newports are what's popular in my area. See what is most common in your area.
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I prolly carry too much.

In my right front pocket will be a small keychain with a Flint Striker/Compass
Combo thing, a small pry bar that has hex slots, gerber dime and small flashlight. Also a small SW Swat knife clipped to pocket.
Left front pocket, Gerber Gator and small altpids tin with general mess (aspirin, Benadryl etc).
On belt and Case Trapper.
On key, which are in a KeyBar (if you don't know what a keybar is check KeyBar.us) is a streamlight nano.
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Every day activities, on my person:









































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and a small first aid kit (not pictured) comprised of a GoRuck zippered pouch containing:

SOF-T tourniquet
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2 pairs of latex gloves
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Currently looking at a pen-sized flashlight with a clip that'll fit into my pocket a lot better with my multitool then the one I got. Flashlight gets pretty important this time of year as its almost always dark.

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Currently looking at a pen-sized flashlight with a clip that'll fit into my pocket a lot better with my multitool then the one I got. Flashlight gets pretty important this time of year as its almost always dark.

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To me EDC is whats in your pockets ....I might carry a bag but its not "tied on" so while I mean to take it everywhere it might get separated from me at times.

My EDC:
-Leatherman Micra
-Leatherman Wingman
-Mini-Bic lighter
-Car Keys with P38
-Handkerchief
-2 pens
-reading glasses
-small notebook
-comb
-eye drops
-Fenix E12
-Wallet/credit cards etc
-Belt with emerg cash pocket.

And life is enhanced when I wear cargo pants as there's more pockets for stuff.
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Usually involves some sort of clothing. Don't want the neighbors to get too upset. House and car keys. Twenty lbs of emergency food supply (fat), carefully wrapped around my belly for safe storage. Unless it is just a walk around the block, I'll have a car nearby with a hundred lbs. of assorted gear.
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I consider EDC as what is physically on you everyday, if you literally carry that pack everywhere you go (even into places like restaurants) then go ahead and count it, I don't consider EDC the pack that's left in my car.
I'm blessed with being able to wear cargo pants and an untucked polo for work, so I can actually carry quite a bit. Here goes:
-SCCY CPX-1 in a kydex holster, carried appendix
-Spare mag, carried appendix in a Snake Eater Tactical IWB pouch
-Pen, sharpie, lighter. Carried in left front pocket.
-Gerber multitool and cotton bandanna. Left rear pocket.
-Small notebook. Right rear pocket.
-CRKT Minimalist Bowie. Carried at 3 o'clock on my belt.
-Bushnell AA flashlight and cell phone. Right front pocket.
-Small blow out kit: Gauze, SWAT-T, gloves, small chest seal x2, tape wrapped around a card. Carried in a quart ziploc in left cargo pocket.
-Wallet with the usual and a SOF-T in right cargo pocket.

It seems like a lot, but I'm always in cargoes when out of the house so I don't even notice it anymore. Unfortunately, the pistol, mag, and knife have to stay in the car during work as I work in a secure environment.
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Call me an optimist, when I worked in NYC I had a stealthy Get Home Bag that looked suspiciously like a gym bag with a change of clothes shoes, snacks and poncho. Here in MT we have car kits for the winter but don't typically carry much on our bodies unless working around the ranch. Then I do carry a pistol.
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