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Discussion in 'Show us pics of your EDC!' started by USMA_Hopeful, Oct 16, 2014.
Focusing on school is certainly more important than our shenanigans
Thanks. It is, but this certainly is a welcome break.
I am sure it is.
It's been quite a long time. I figured I would pop in just for a little. It seems like a lot of the old guys are gone sadly. I'm still not a hipster though.
From the top right:
Mil-Spec Monkey/Tactical Tailor wallet: because the Army always needs to make sure I am who I say I am, and people still want my money.
Ubiquitous red handkerchief: because noses and head wounds are still a thing.
Microfiber cloth: because blind people can't see through dirty glasses.
Field Notes daily carry wallet w/ two Field Notes (one checklist, Resolution - Winter 2017 edition; one lined, Shenandoah - Fall 2015 edition) because remembering things is a thing.
Armor of God Challenge coin: Return with Honor.
Wal-Mart Special belt key clip: Because without keys, we aren't going places. Keys not pictured because paranoia.....
Fisher AG-7 Space Pen: If it worked for Buzz and Neil, it works for English 101.
Twisbi Eco Black fountain pen, filled with Noodler's Brown ink: Because college made me artsy.....?
Streamlight ProTac 2AA: Because I still can't see in the dark. It's the darndest thing.
Emerson Rangemaster Sheepdog: Stabbity stab.
Leatherman Wave: My ex told me I was always trying to fix things..... I don't know what that meant. (Beat up sheath pictured above).
Cambridge Pitt Minion Bible. I would sooner leave home without a gun than leave home without a Bible.
Old, beat up operator's hat with the flag oriented correctly. Because the sun is still annoying.
Freedom dispenser: .9mm flavor
Casio G-Shock DW-5600E: Because I forget things. Not just the time.
Thank you. I'll be in and out the next few days, but I probably won't be on again much after the new year. I finally found some downtime from school and work, and realized how long it had been.