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My EDC Bag Collection

Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by World in Transition, Apr 4, 2014.

  1. AlgoOPC

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    Very Nice.
     
  2. World in Transition

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    Airsoft Tactical 1000D Molle Wallet - It lasted a few years but i've moved on to Spec Ops T.H.E. Wallet - no velcro (which is what always goes first) and fit's my passport - best wallet I've owned by a mile, I can tell it will easily last a decade - besides cards and cash I use it to carry:

    - My passport in an RFID blocking cover
    - Stirling knife sharpener
    - Burketek Pocket Wrench II
    - USB & Lightning Nomad Charge Keys
    - Frensel lens
    - Emergency signal mirror
    - Boo boo FAK
    - USB with the same as #7 in the Audio Fix :censored: Kit above (Password protected docs and a bunch of TEOTWAWKI info)
    - Some crystals, incense and other hippie :censored:

    And you won't believe what I keep in my belt! Haha, another time I'll post it all properly...
     
  3. Arjosy

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    Great! Now I'm ready to spend even more money as a result of this forum!!! :)
     
  4. Cityus

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  5. World in Transition

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    EDC Update:

    [​IMG]August EDC B&W by World in Transition, on Flickr

    Spec Ops T.H.E. Wallet Contents:

    - My passport in an RFID blocking cover
    - Stirling knife sharpener
    - Burketek Pocket Wrench II
    - USB & Lightning Nomad Charge Keys
    - Frensel lens
    - Emergency signal mirror
    - Boo boo FAK
    - USB with password protected docs and a bunch of TEOTWAWKI info
    - Some crystals, incense and other hippie bits n bobs

    Plus not pictured is an SOE Low Profile EDC belt with a zippered pocket holding:

    - TAD Survival Spark (wrapped with a needle and thread)
    - 4 x Tinder-Quik fire tab
    - 4 x Ranger bands
    - 4 x Band-aids (in a baggie)
    - Ceramic blade
    - Kevlar cord
    - A TIHK (Tiny Inconspicuous Handcuff Key)
    - Spare battery for Quantum D2
    - $200 in assorted notes
     
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  6. Ze Stuart

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    I think the real question that's on everyone's lips, but no-one has asked, is what are the hooks you keep your bags on?
     
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  7. K2-Kevin

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    GREAT post!
     
  8. Pete3

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    Dang son thats a solid gear set you have. And very organized. Im digging the beats too! :)
     
  9. stoneworks

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    So it's any colour as long as it is black, fabulous kit! I need to shop more!
     
  10. alecgold

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    Wow, epic post indeed and really nice kit! I don;t think I have a shabby kit, but yours rocks!!
    I'm gonna read and watch it all again!!
     
  11. tacos3

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    I feel somewhat....inadequate now.


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
     
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  12. Schnurri

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    I think you should add an orange bag. Just for a change! ;) Nice collection!
     
  13. World in Transition

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    [​IMG]
     
    Last edited by World in Transition, Sep 9, 2014
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  14. wildborego

    wildborego EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    WOW!


    JUST WOW!


    :hug:
     
  15. World in Transition

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    Well played, Sir! :)
     
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  17. World in Transition

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    Garden tool hooks from a hardware store - for rakes and shovels and such...
     
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  18. Cityus

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    Now I have something to be inspired to replicate ! your EDC is on point !
     
  19. World in Transition

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    Thanks brother, that is exactly why I've documented it all in such detail - these forums have been an invaluable resource to me and I would not got to this point if it wasn't for the amazing contributions of the other members here - really grateful for the opportunity to give back!
     
  20. comeonbabylightmyfire

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    Your gear is pretty damned awesome, WiT. I like your bag storage idea and your method for labelling loose medicines. I usually keep mine in the original packaging to avoid annoying questions during bag searches.