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How about a EDC picture thread? - Vol. 2

Discussion in 'Show us pics of your EDC!' started by GRIFFINHAWKS, Sep 25, 2011.

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  1. Jakarta

    Jakarta Loaded Pockets

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    [​IMG]

    The Leafstorm has a new scale by Cuscadi.
    The Leatherman S2 is 1.5-month old - am liking it...
    The rest is old stock.
     
  2. Riggs

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    diggin the new scales on the leafstrom, and nice hds too!
     
  3. Tucson

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    Here is some of what I carry daily:

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  4. inmypocket

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    She is 12 now and no longer adorable she is wild pre teen that needs leather adjustment daily

    Sent from my SCH-I500 using Tapatalk
     
  5. goosefacer
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    goosefacer EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Work pocket dump (minus iPhone 4 that took pic)

    [​IMG]
     
  6. enki_ck

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    ;D I think Zebra Pens should send me a care package for all the businesses I give them. I think they got about half a dozen new customers from this vol. 2 thread alone. I too got the recommendation for it on EDCF and have been preaching the Zebra religion ever since. :)

    I like the IMCO Triplex and the Dragonfly. I've been lusting for an H1 for some time now. Waiting for a good deal to pop up.
     
  7. cubegleamer

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    Lol i like the victorinox jeweler screw on the CS4. Is it a perfect fit?
     
  9. Bolster

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    @ Goosefacer -- I don't recognize the silver tool in the bottom right of the photograph? Or is that two tools?
     
  10. enki_ck

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    That's a lighter. IMCO Triplex. Here's a great review on it.

    http://edcforums.com/showthread.php/79185-IMCO-TRIPLEX-Super-6700?highlight=triplex

    There are also smaller models of it like the Streamline (personal favourite) and the Junior.

    I'm guessing you're asking me, right? Post #2 of this thread. It helps if you quote the post if you are asking a question as that was posted more than two months ago. ;D

    Yes, it fits just great. It will fit any 4 turn corkscrew.

    And :welcome: to EDCF
     
  11. Mumbojumboo
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    Dude the Flashlight is the most violent thing in that picture...
     
  12. goosefacer
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    goosefacer EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Yup - it's an IMCO lighter. Love that thing.
     
  13. cubegleamer

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    That's my meat tenderizer!
     
  14. JAfromMn

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    [​IMG] Traveling kinda heavy lately.

    I tend to pack on a few pounds in the winter time;)

    :ninja:
     
  15. gstojinovic

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    And I see Chapman sneaked in your rotation... :poking tease:
     
  16. jwalker497

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    what is that wrench in there?

     
  17. JAfromMn

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    Jwalker497
    The ratchet is made by Chapman Tool's. I just got it off the Forum group buy and I'm very happy with it and there bit's . Seem's to be built very well. :ninja:
     
  18. JAfromMn

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    Yeah the Day I got them they snuk in my pocket ;).

    You'll be carrying your whole kit next ;)
     
  19. Bolster

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    And those Chapman bits work great in keychain- or Atwood-type tools with the hex cutout. They have a firm stop, and a ball detent to keep them in place. They're really what all the keychain tools should come with, rather than the plain type that's designed for a bit driver, because the plain type just slip right through a 1/4 hex cutout.

    Try a Chapman bit in your skull keychain tool, see how it works for ya. When you go light you could leave the Chapman ratchet at home.
     
  20. JAfromMn

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    FYI I emaield Peter Atwood, PocketTool X, And TT pocketTool's telling them how good the bit's work in there tool's and I gave them a link to chapman. So our tool makers know what we need. Who know it might out one of them one the right track ;D

    I'm still working on it :ninja:

    [​IMG] they fit like they were made for it. Check out our TT pocketTool's group buy in my signature line there a few skulls 3 I think.
     
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