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How about a EDC picture thread?

Discussion in 'Show us pics of your EDC!' started by dmattaponi, May 12, 2010.

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  1. Gryffin
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    Gryffin Loaded Pockets

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    A shot I took of my "pocket dump" last weekend:

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    • Allett lightweight wallet;
    • iPhone 4;
    • Leatherman Skeletool;
    • Vic Executive, Maratac AAA, tritium fob;
    • home-made keychain hanger, truck keys, other keys.

    More on my "modular keychain system" here.

    That was kind of an unusual load-out for me; the Skeletool doesn't get carried as often as it should. More often it's a separate folding knife and multitool, and an AA-sized flashlight, but that weekend I was trying to keep it light.

    I really should take some more pics this weekend…
     
  2. Boy SureFire

    Boy SureFire May The Bridges I Burn Light The Way

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    :sigh: No not even the E1L made it out of the batbelt dump off... WTH heck is wrong with that dog? Why does it have zipper? Is it like a Frankenstein dog? :smitten: It's so d--- cute I'm going to save it on my phone, & I'll send it to people as a "Cheer up mate, at least you don't have a zipper in your chest" get well soon card.

    Edit:Somber, has it really come to that? are you really watching a cartoon designed for 9-12yrs? It would seem that your beloved Nickelodeon show was canned partly due to more mature nature (ratings too), & you're just one of many adults who found themselves watching children's TV. For the record "Captain Simian and the Space Monkeys" was my guilty pleasure, but I grew up watching it... BTW thanks to Youtube I finished catching up on "The Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot".
     
  3. somber

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    Invader Zim may have been designed for 9-12 year olds but definitely not meant for them, perhaps that's why the show failed to achieve positive reviews from that age group. It's really a great show, but I don't currently watch television and haven't in about a year and a half. I used to watch that show when I was sixteen or seventeen and it was hilarious.
     
  4. Jonny Pockets

    Jonny Pockets Empty Pockets

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    This is my loadout as of last week.

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  5. dieselgeek

    dieselgeek Loaded Pockets

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    In this bag.
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  6. zenlunatic

    zenlunatic Loaded Pockets

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    What light is that?
     
  7. trenta

    trenta Loaded Pockets

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    Does anyone know what the object at the very top of the image above the pen is?
     
  8. Boy SureFire

    Boy SureFire May The Bridges I Burn Light The Way

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    I believe that's a BOKER PLUS URBAN SURVIVAL.
     
  9. Dafabricata

    Dafabricata Loaded Pockets

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    Lots of nice EDC here guys!!...Keep the pics coming!!


    I haven't drove for the last 9 years (almost) now and having an EDC kit is essential for me to be self reliant and able to have items at hand that will make my life easier.
    All this stuff takes up very little space, is light-weight and has proven it's usefulness many times over.
    When I leave the house, the basics go into the pockets and the backpack gets thrown over the shoulder.

    This is what is usually on me:

    Keys w/ JDR pocket tool
    Spyderco Khukuri
    Wallet/ custom carbon fiber with green tritium insert
    McGizmo LS20 and/or a Spy of some sort-005/007/Tri-V
    Droid X
    Smith & Wesson M&P 360CT/ OC

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    This is what is in my backpack that goes with me everywhere:
    The contents of the Maxpedition EDC organizer include:

    Leatherman Ti Charge with bit kit
    Small prybar & tiny prybar
    Atwood Atwrench
    Atwood Wingnut
    1/4" Bits for the Atwood
    Brunton Ti Spork
    County Comm Grass breaker
    Stainless Sharpy
    Schrade Pen
    Collibri Mountain Lighter
    Spare Keys
    Duct Tape
    Paracord
    Small notebook
    Zebralight H31w or SC30
    Zebralights- H30w and H30r (Red)
    4Sevens Q-Mini Ti CR2
    Stereo Head-Set
    Gum

    Also in the backpack are:

    spare CR123 & CR2 batteries, Plantronics Bluetooth Headset, Car & wall charger for phone, Kleenex, Handi-wipes, & Sanitizing Gel.


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    I also carry a FAK with some basics:

    Bandages
    Asprin/tylonol
    Pepto/Antacid
    Vitamins
    Gas-X
    Sudafed
    Eye Drops
    Small Mirror
    Orajel
    Chap-Stick
    Neosporin
    Razors
    Tweezers
    Toothpicks/floss
    Hand Sanitizer
    Kleenex
    Handi-Wipes

    Also included is a Camelbak Hydration bladder filled with water.
    THIS saved my butt the other week when my car caught on fire and I was able to use the hydration hose to direct the water where I needed it to put the fire out FAST!!
     
  10. 177itch

    177itch Loaded Pockets

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    [​IMG]
    current EDC:
    Keys w/ 4sevens Quark & pill capsule w/ excedrine migraine
    Emerson Prestige #58
    CC embassy pen
    Self made wallet
    Casio Pathfinder
     
  11. Warx

    Warx Loaded Pockets

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    Its a HDS EDC Basic 42 xr. Its original emitter has been swapped for a current bin XP-G. Much brighter then stock. The bezel is a PEU with some tritiums installed.
     
  12. Boy SureFire

    Boy SureFire May The Bridges I Burn Light The Way

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    I'm starting to turn over a new EDC leaf, so I'm trying to go batbelt-less on the weekends unless needed... When/if I leave the house it all gos back on, but today my EDC is just three things :faint:. The Endura (clipped/tucked into pants waistband), ATS Pry Tool (right F-pocket), & my phone (used for the picture).
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  13. Tradecraft

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    Maxpedtion E.D.C. Pocket Organizer

    Following is my Maxpedtion E.D.C. Pocket Organizer.

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  14. 25thhour

    25thhour Loaded Pockets

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    What knife is that?
     
  15. Eric Johnson

    Eric Johnson Empty Pockets

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    This is typically what I have on my person when I go tactical black EDC.

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    Samsung Convoy- Solid, tough, reliable phone. Great speaker.
    King Cobra Stitch Braclet- Looks cool and I always have 10 feet of 550 cord.
    Casio G-Shock Mudman- Great tough watch, accurate. Will soon be getting black G- Shock to better fit this setup.
    Keyring- Niteize S-Biner, Car Keys, Leatherman P4- Handy pliers and other useful tools.
    Cold Steel Pocket Shark- Nice to have a felt tip marker on me, (will put a sharpie in when it runs out of ink).
    Black Fisher Space Bullet- Writes really well for the price, Sturdy. Don't even notice in pocket. Pocket clip is terrible.
    Scripto Electronic Lighter- Flame adjustment rocks.
    4Sevens Preon 2- Perfect EDC light. Useful hidden modes. Nice clean beam, great area light.
    Benchmade Auto Stryker- This is just a place holder until I get a blacked out tactical pocket folder. (Dad's duty knife) Auto's are illegal for carry and I wouldn't want one for EDC anyway (Too many moving parts and possible problems) Much rather have a good, reliable manual folder.
     
  16. Johnathan

    Johnathan Empty Pockets

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    Still adding stuff, and replacing so I didn't think there was a point of making a thread. Here's a random picture of what I carry so far, and my every day boots.
     
  17. 2506sniper

    2506sniper Loaded Pockets

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    Big fan of the "roper" style wallet. I switch between a roper and a few others
     
  18. spookysco

    spookysco Loaded Pockets

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  19. jcap11

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    It's the Benchmade 440 Opportunist, a very nice lightweight little knife :)
     
  20. BryanWali

    BryanWali Empty Pockets

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    Sweet Kimber!
     
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