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Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by Super04Duty, Mar 26, 2015.
Oops double post
Got my Subdued/Thin blue line patch today. About the size I was expecting. Some of the reviews said that the blue used was a little light. I wasn't too worried, as I figured if that was the case, I could just take a blue sharpie to it. But Im actually pleased with the shade of blue that came on it.
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Welcome from Las Vegas!
Little update from another thread.... Mostly to my actual, "on person" EDC.
I recently started a new job (last month), and came up on a couple of these CLC pouches as freebies. I normally do not like things on my belt, I spent too many years as a LEO, carrying a LOT of stuff on a duty belt, so I have always avoided belt carry tools for personal use or other jobs. Recently however, with my new job, I find life is much easier with it. So, the CLC pouch carries my 5.11 flashlight (I forget the model, I got it for about $12 when a local radio shack was closing down, but on the website it is listed for about $50), DeWalt utility knife, paint pen markers, normal pen, PH test strips, and ear plugs. I also swapped out the plastic key hook for a metal ring and have a small carabiner on the side. I find these useful for hanging work keys off of.
Also in my "On person" carry (as my back pack has a lot more gear in it), is my LM Squirt PS4 and Fenix E01 on my keychain with mostly personal keys, only one work key, and LM carabiner. And of course my Coach wallet, F150 keys (truck key, plus locks for the rack and trailer hitch, etc), Kershaw that I have carried every day of my life since I was sworn in as a deputy way back, a few days after my 24th B-day (nearly 10 years ago now). And my LM OHT in the Molle pouch it came with. I carry all this on a black Carhartt work belt I recently picked up, to replace my well worn out basket weave style belt from my LE days.
Welcome from Nevada.
I like your collections of classic gear.
Welcome from Germany! Enjoy your time here and watch your wallet! Oops, too late.
Servus from Bavaria!