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EDC Pocket Organizer Pics, Part 1

Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by iamsalomon, Mar 27, 2010.

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  1. GRIFFINHAWKS

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  2. jp2515

    jp2515 Loaded Pockets

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  3. GRIFFINHAWKS

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    Ya got me there, It could be Chinese for all I know ?

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  4. metropolicity

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    Here's my maxpedition micro housing my sewing tools.

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    And a family photo.

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    The non g10 knife has a dull blade and point for turning seams am corners.
     
  5. Ryno

    Ryno Loaded Pockets

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    Here's a quick update on mine with a few more bits;

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    IMG_9489 by flickingbeans, on Flickr

    I've added;
    Butane lighter
    Tweezers
    Changed the NATO Matches over for some of the UCO Monsters! :D
    Second Carabiner
    and a few more cable ties
     
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  6. jp2515

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  7. mzil

    mzil Loaded Pockets

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    ^Jp2515, looks nice! Two questions:
    A. The Victorinox L shaped wrench is seperated to the right from its red plastic bit holder. What is that different one in its place with the clear plastic (or silicon?) at its bottom tip?
    B. Who makes the yellow micro-bits holders in the zip-lock bag?

    Thanks.
     
  8. Silver Trooper

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    Would it be possible to get another picture of them spread out to show their features? Also, what brand is each as I have not seen the mulit tool or the shears before in black.
     
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    Where did u get that orange fork/spoon? I need one of those.
     
  11. karlito

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    I believe Wal-mart has them for a few bucks in their camping area
     
  12. endless.ender

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    Its actually a Light My Fire "Spork"...they have titanium ones too. I got this one at Eddie Bauer. You can it on Amazon here
     
  13. jp2515

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    Thanks buddy!

    A. The item inside the plastic holder is the Victorinox Swisstool ratchet. The ratchet also comes with an extender shown in the second pic. Snagged it fom eBay.

    B. Those are the bits from the Maxtech 16521MX precision screwdriver set. You can get it on Amazon.
     
  14. Arkansas_Ranger

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    Where do all of you get those tiny little pry bars? Then, what do you do with them? They're neat looking enough to buy even if they were useless, lol.
     
  15. antman157

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    Usually countycomm .. The Gerber Shard is another option
     
  16. mzil

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    I make my own by sawing off the tip of the DascoPro 7.5 inch Ultra Bar II (Home Depot) or the stronger and thicker Stanley version (Ace Hardware? Walmart?) to the length of the bag I'm designing for. I have no power tools, just a hack saw and a file. I put small vinyl tubing cut tips on the ends to protect the bag from the sharp edges. Stanley shown here next to the CountyComm for comparison:
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    Obviously you have a lot more leverage force with it being as long as possible; that's why I fit it to be the entire length of the bag I'm outfitting.
    Pulling nails, opening cans of paint, prying things open, de-crating, light demolition, wedging things apart, emergency weapon, using the small end to stomp down on brads/tacks/small nails (because you don't have a real hammer on you... and no one is looking! :-X)

    I've never used it for such , but I'm told you can lift a heavy door with one, to align it to a hinge, using your other hand to insert the pin.

    You can add a nail nick or not. I decided since the right angled end (yellow, unmodified) already had one, the strength is increased by leaving it off the modified end, but here's both, one without and one with an added nail nick, up close:
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    The Stanley is the strongest and thickest, at 3.40 mm:
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  17. SconnieHailer

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    ^ Nice, I like those!

    -M
     
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    You need to goto work for a tool company .
     
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    I got this one from a Ace Hardwear, sorry the pic's bad,, JR
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    ^That's a good one too, y'all. Before I started to make my own, I used that. It has the same construction and thickness of the County Comm micro bar (2.4mm thick), but is about twice the length and with the secondary, right-angled end, obviously.
    Here's another view. [I also got it at Ace, mine bare without packaging, but I couldn't find a link to it. So I found this alternate source to show.]
     
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