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Good 950 33.72%
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Old 07-16-2008, 08:58 AM
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This is a real-time gut check for readers...Check your pockets, toolbag, purse or briefcase...remember your car, truck, etc. If crisis, disaster, SHTF happened right now, what do you have available to survive...right now today ??? Let me know please...might be enlightening for us all...

ME ? pockets is victorinox camper, magnesium fire starter, flint & steel, wad of lint, bottle potable aqua, cash, coins...wallet 2 condoms (water).these are ALWAYS with me.

CAR ? large Alice pack filled with necessities and a small food bag...columbia jacket...
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I'm in my room on my bed, lol...but going out the door, I grab my shotgun w/ammo, my BOB, my purse and my medical kit. In the van, I have another bag, plus some basic tools, tarps and rope.
If I have to bug in, all is good, too.
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I'm only wearing athletic shorts at the moment. It's only 6am.

What I have in this room on the shelf is Becker D7 and a small BOB that has all of the essentials including a g30 and three full mags with hollow point bullets. If when leaving via the garage I can also grab a remington 870. If leaving through the front I can stop by the desk in the kitchen and grab another 9mm glock and three mags.

I have a BOB in the car (no guns) I have extra ammo in the car and a case of MREs good enough for two for a week. 7g water

I also have a BOB in the SUV. Two cases of MREs, 80lbs of dog food. Two BOBs with essentials. A rubbermaid bin with clothes and camping gear. Ammo tin with .45 acp another ammo tin with 12g shotgun shells. 5g bucket filled with a rice and red bean mix. 14g water.

IF I have to leave via the back yard, I have three 4" dim fence posts filled with items in different locations on the back half of my property. I also have a sealed 55g drum that is buried about a mile from my house. It have everything I need including weapons, ammo, food and water.

thanks for the reminder... I realize that I need to keep shoes or boots at all locations just in case I have to leave barefoot.
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Right now - in the office.

On my person and in my attache case, I have a scaled-down version of my hiking bag (put together with suggestions from members on this site. Thanks everyone!), with the addition of some subway maps, phone cards, water bottle, cash, coins, dust masks, gloves, Cliff's Bars, mini first aid kit, space blanket, crank charger, paracord, etc - minus any sort of overt weaponry.

In my car back at the train station, I have my standard auto-version of my BOB.
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I just got home from work and this is what I have on me.

1.J-frame .38 in iwb holster
2.Front pockets -NAA .22 mag revolver, Kershaw Blur, Case Sodbuster, butane lighter, Fisher bullet pen, Gerber razor knife used as money clip
3.Back pockets -wallet,bandana, small survival kit with needles,safety pens ,hooks, fishing line, snare wire, matches,fresnel lense, water purification tablets and a quart freezer bag.
4.Carbiner key chain with Leatherman Micra and Swedish fire steel
5.Casio G-Shock solar watch with compass band and a paracord bracelet
6.On belt -Leatherman Wave,Surefire light ,cell phone

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For me it goes like this:

I use to carry a belt sheath with a AAA MiniMag and a SAK Fireman, but work has changed its dress code, and sheaths of any kind are not considered "Professional attire" now. (I am a IT Network Amin/MIS Manager/Professional Geek) So I had to re think my EDC items. I am not in the city by any means, but I still work in the very center of my building, with no windows in my office. So I carry two lights, a Gerber Infinity, and a MiniMag solitare. Reguardless, I carry a 84mm SAK with a woodsaw. I consider the saw to be a critical part of any EDC, urban or otherwise. So my EDC items look something like this:

On me:
SwissBanico 84mm Alox Lumberjack or Scibeer 91mm Alox Woodsman SAK
Victorinox Alox Moneyclip
Victorinox Officer or Timex Maxedition watch
Gerber Infinity
MiniMag Solo
Banadana
Gerber Clutch Mutlitool
Cellphone
Lighter
Wallet/Money
Keys
(2) Pens, (1) Sharpie

In my Computer Bag (never more then 10ft from me)
(2) Waterbottles, one on each side
Victorinox Spirit Multitool
Kershaw Mini Cyclone
SAK Fireman+SAK Soldier
Banadana/Paper mask
Victorinox AA LED or Gerber LX 3.0 or Rock River LED
Emergency Blanket
Poncho
(5) Glowsticks
(5) Energy bars
(5) Gartor Aide power packets
Coutry Comm GP-4L AM/FM/SW/LED Radio
25ft of 330LB Climbing rope
Spare socks
FA Kit (Bandages, Tape, wipes, latex gloves, etc)
Spare Glasses
Spare lighter
Gloves (canvas work)
Pens, Pad of Paper, Sharpies
USB Hub/SD/CF Reader, SD cards, CF Cards
Sony Viao or IBM Thinkpad Notebook
PDA/Case

My EDC bag that stays in my car or truck:
County Comms Bail Out Bag
2 Meter Radio (Ham)
70cm Radio (Ham)
Grundig 100P AM/FM/SW radio
Cobra FRS radio with weather and "SAME" alert
Spare batteries and Chargers for each radio
(2) Water Bottles with metal cup
Kershaw Mini Cyclone
SOG Multitool
Gossman PSK
Gerber Infinity Ultra LED
Gerber LX 3.0 LED or Victorinox AA LED
Compass/Maps of local area
ID (NH-Ares, Drivers Lic)
Money ($1's, $5's, change, one Visa with $300 Limit)
Spare AA's and AAA's
25ft of 330LB Climbing rope/50ft of 550 paracord
Cigarette plug and adapter for radios
Space Blanket
Poncho
Ultra thin blanket
Food for 72hrs (Energy bars, instant oatmeal, soup, snacks etc)
Glow Sticks
Magstick/Firesteel
Gloves (leather)
Roll up J-pole antenna, coax, etc
Sunglasses and safe glasses

Wow I never realized how much I carry...!

Anyways, the EDC bags in my cars never get used or touched unless I am called up for Ares/Cert (has never happened.... yet). Basically I decided to carry on my person everything I could need, but might not be able to salvage to get home, and if I happen to have either bag, thats a plus. My co-workers have no idea what I carry other then my notebook computer, PDA, and the like in my computer bag, and the Ares bag is in my car. I have items like a solid pry bar and such in my office.

In my office at work I keep a heavy leather jacket and solid (if a bit worn) work boots I can change into if need be. As well as a heavy jacket and boots in my car/truck.
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I am not surprised that the lions share said fair/good.if a sheeple saw just the light load i carry around they'd freak.but i feel that i'm travelling light.

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This is a good drill...

At the moment, I have
Wallet
Money
Tobacco+papers
Lighter
Flash light
Swiss army knife
Cell phone
Sun glasses
Helmet
Keys
Firearm and spare mag

I think this is a good eye opener, because today I rode my motorcycle to work, and I feel under equipped. When I take my bike, I only take what fits in my pockets with me. I don't have any storage space on the bike to hold anything.

When the weather isn't favorable for riding, I have my GHB (Get Home Bag) in my truck. As the crow flies, I only work 10 or so miles from home. The terrain is relatively flat, and I am confident in my ability's on a fair weather day to make the walk if forced to do so in a couple of hours.
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I just got home so lets go with the car. on my person,(this bag is always with me including inside ) leather gun bag-glock23,4mags,wallet $200,aspirin,strong diet pill for emergency energy,saniwipes multitool, surefire flash light,inkpen,spare keys-bump keys(google it they're are amazing!)a couple of alkseltzer cold and flu, lighter.

inside car, blanket, bottle of water,jacket,shiny dash protector(also solar oven)cell phone&charger.local maps & florida atlas.chiltons manual for car.4 pairs of sun glasses.

waterproof ballcap.lighter,sanitizer,3 mags, powerbar in glovebox.

Trunk:rollable toolbox with decent spread of tools,bucket for the obvious but also as a base for my solaroven,egg crate with auto odds&ends,ie. fixaflat,tire plug kit,oil,brakefluid,cables,quick steel, duct tape,blocksealer ( buy the most expensive!)etc.7 gals h2o,gun cleaning bag(large multi calibre)200 rds 40cal ammo.hard cased polimer sks, locked and loaded,chest bandolier 240rds in stripper clips.also 5/20 rd boxes.selfmade file bowie(it's a beaut)cold steel hatchet,wire saw.fasteners,cordless drill/screwgun/2 batts.14 self heating mres,medium alice pack BOB.emt med kit.100 yds para cord, 100 ft rapelling rope.stanley extreme fubar/the big one,blanket,rain poncho,1 spare set of clothes&boots/sneakers.this all pretty modular and packed tight but you've got to love these grand marquis trunks.:D
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I'm at home I wont list everything,BUT survive yes, live well? now that another question isnt it? depends on shtf scenario I guess :D
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I think this is a good eye opener, because today I rode my motorcycle to work, and I feel under equipped. When I take my bike, I only take what fits in my pockets with me. I don't have any storage space on the bike to hold anything.
Sounds like a tankpack will do wonders when you are riding your bike into work.
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At work now... so...

On me... A Buck folding hunting knife, 15 feet of paracord, $30 cash, pentax digital SLR camera, cell phone.

In my SUV, GPS, BOB with 100 feet of paracord, wood burning personal stove, cotton balls with vasoline kindling, magnesium fire strater, small first aid kit, parachute, blaze orange hunters vest, space blanket, binoculars, military hiking compass, tea candles, chicken & beef bullion cubes, iodine water purifier tabs, powdered gatoraid drink mix, can of spam, 4 cigars, Bible, copy of US Constitution, Military Survival manual, Military field first aid manual, Star Flash signal mirror, several lighters, goat milk soap bar, hand sanitizer, and 30 rounds of 30.30 ammo for the Marlin lever gun laying next to the BOB.

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I currently have with me at work, mostly in my truck, about 20 yards away.
In my office:
4 cans of soup
CRTK folder
3 water bottles
2-5 hour energy bottles
4 cans of tuna
Full 1st aid kit in the canteen 20 yards away


In my truck:
9mm
2- magazines
Get home safely bag (usual contents)
Mountain bike
change of clothes
10 gallons of fresh gasoline
2 glass bottles with stoppers
Surefire light
extra batteries
propel water enhancements
vitamins
candy
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I'm at work right now and on my person I have (I'm pretty minimalist on my self):

Leatherman
$75 cash
Mini-Mag
Cell Phone

My Backpack:
~50 ft Paracord
Extra batteries
Small first aid kit
2 Lighters
AM/FM/SW Portable Radio
4'x6' Duvatine (for blanket)

Vehicle:
GPS
2m/70cm Amateur Rig
BOB (supplies for at least 72 hours)
First Aid Kit
Extra Toiletries
Fixed Blade Knife
$150 cash (20 in quarters)
Other supplies
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I voted fair because while I am at home with most my preps, I am still missing some crucial pieces like weapons and ammo, NBC masks, alternate power source and heat. I hope to have all of this taken care of in the next 2 months.
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Couple of people wanna be adding water to EDC me thinks :D hind sights great specially when Im the a$$ pointing things out
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i just got dressed, but right now on me that i can access in order to whats closest....

*knife on hip http://i142.photobucket.com/albums/r...EXX/img704.jpg
*wallet
*6 ft pararacord bracelet (making a hemp one today & already put lanyards on BOB zippers> http://i142.photobucket.com/albums/r...EXX/img730.jpg
*mini multi i keep next to the computer
*phone is pluged in right now ready to grab & hopefully full(xtra battery & backup phone & simcard in bob)
*bob would be next (i'd like to add a buttpack)(any suggestions anyone?)
heres a link to my vid, i'm still adding stuff^....> *a lil lunch box bag thing in the freezer with food. 2 Mac & cheese,2 lbs dehydrated hambuger, 8 granola bars,2 packets of hot chocolate mix & 4 maple & brown sugar oatmeal (gonna try to add 2... 5 gal. bucket 72 hr kits this weekend)
*2... 5 gal. camp jugs w/water
*car--first aid kit,siphon,cig lighter mini air pump,2 safty blankets,2 fleece blankets,wrench multitool,flashlight,xtra batteries

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Dang you guys, think you have enough junk with you... J/k.

Well these are allways in my Carpenter jeans in various pockets at all times organized a special way that I like it (most clips on).

Well I am not as well equipped as all of you, and I don't carry food or water, but here is what I always carried even back in college, or a simple variation of.

A story in pictures
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Casio Pathfinder PAW1500T-7V, I just bought this.

Leatherman Charge TTi (S30V blade).

Gerber Paraframe (bought at wallyworld 4 years ago, favorite knife).

Streamlight Microstream (small as hell, 20 Lumens, AAA, 1.5 hour run time, 100x better than mag mini, $15).

Zippo Lighter (Birthday gift, I don't smoke, I just used to do a lot of magic).

Zebra Telescopic Pen (I teach and this fits in the little bitty pocket with the Zippo).

T-Mobile Wing (Yeah, I wish I had verizon too).

In My wallet:

Credit Card size Fresnel Lens

Visa Debit Card
American Express
Fifty bucks cash (3 x $10, 3 x $5, 5 x $1)
My Insurance card and other assorted crap.
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Always with me, my ghb...
Contents:
Bag itself, camelback 3 liter hydration backpack
Multitool
magnesium firestarter/knife sharpener/can opener all on a chain
flash light
compact first aid kit, 3" pocket folding knife.
high quality Poncho/shelter
cloth bag/tote bag rolled up
digital camera
digital voice recorder
50’ of parachord
tissue
twin star signal flare (I go kayaking sometimes..)
light stick
snare wire
lighter
mirror
Rolaids
Water purification tabs
Dental floss, toothbrush+paste
2 Pocket chemical had warmers
Nail clipper
Sewing kit
SAS survival guide (this month, change books every month)
8 AA spare batteries
spare keys
western digital passport drive containing all of my important documents, photo’s, financial info, all password protected.
USB to USB charger for cell phone.
Cigarette lighter to USB charger
Socket to usb charger
1 grundig mini 300 world band receiver short wave radio
1 MRE
sunglasses
pen/pad
reading glasses
compass
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Sounds like a tankpack will do wonders when you are riding your bike into work.
Tank packs look like crap on a beautiful machine like a Harley Davidson!
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