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Discussion in 'Show us pics of your EDC!' started by Cheeser, Feb 27, 2014.
Won't say it publicly.
There's also 'fooling around' and you really shouldn't be doing that with your family!
...... must...resist ....Tasmanian .....joke.....
Cousins aren't really family to a Tasmanian.
They tell me that it's possible to have a family gathering without a falling out that lasts for six months. Perhaps in another dimension?
Been there, done that. Have the divorce papers
They are if they run fast .
I can say that because both my parents were born in Victoria
Or the Amish?
Same Brewer as the duck, also a pale ale but a musky taste like I'd expect a yak to have. Nom nom nom
That fat yak is a good choice!
I'm liking it
I love watching cats on the prowl. Especially at the end when they fail or are caught in the act. That little meow ! Lol.
I haven't done a gear pic for a while. Here are the items I usually carry. I use them often.
Factual not entertaining
I've got a bunch of those tactical donuts, but have been afraid to affix them to anything because I don't trust those beaded chains. I'm open to other options...
I haven't had a problem with the chain, but I'm not hanging off it. ManVsLawn uses Paracord to fix his to his lights.
Factual not entertaining.
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that is a cool old sheath for you LM mate. Looks well used
Edit: hang on I think I've got that one just not as used. Does it have a hole in the bottom to carry it open in plyer mode?
That sheath would be 20 years old I think. Yeah it has the open carry hole . The elasticised sides are doubled so I have the bit extender, Flint stick, pen and small prybar in those and the pocket wrench and bits kit in the back.
Factual not entertaining.
I don't trust ball chains after my sweat ate through one in like 3 weeks.
That's a fact. About gear.
Yes. Ball chains see a lot of sweat. It's important to use something comfortable to dangle your important bits.
Wow you have some acid sweat, consider bottling that up!
Paracord, leather, steel cable could maybe work for tactical donuts. I've had it in my head to try braiding some fishing line to get a thinner fastener. ManVsLawn does your acid sweat eat through fishing swivels? Could you please test that by stuffing some where ever you sweat a lot and carrying them around for the 3 week test? OK that sounds too weird but I'm leaving it in...
Leather--that could work. Maybe I'll try some dress shoelaces as an alternative to paracord. Thanks.