Familiar as JB Weld to many, and sold under numerous brands, I'm referring to the sticks of two-part extruded putty you knead together. I use the generic stuff all the time, comes in very handy on jobs, but today I bought a pack of six bite-size nuggets, foil-blister packed like meds. Carefully cut out one portion and found a place for it in my McGyver kit that rides in the top friction pocket of my Octa. The pack o' 6 costs more by weight than a full tube, but each unit is protected from atmosphere and really how much do I want to carry? I'm feeling very self-satisfied right now, confident at some point in my future I will be the guy who saves the day with my little nugget of cross-linked-polymer awesomeness. Don't know when, don't know where, but it will happen. So I was wondering if there's anyone else who actually EDCs on their person, the miracle that is Epoxy Putty? Any good stories? Ideas for use, beyond the obvious? Also in the McGyver kit (a harmonica case) are four small cable ties, a Micra and Fenix EO5 wrapped in zinc oxide tape. There's room for something else, but I just haven't found it yet. Ideas welcome.