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My low-profile EDC Belt Pouch****UPDATED****

Discussion in 'Show us pics of your EDC!' started by John Frederick, Sep 5, 2008.

  1. Guarddog
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    Guarddog EDC Junkie !!!!!

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    Re: My low-profile EDC Belt Pouch

    JF,

    Very nice kit! I am pondering something simular for my belt carry. Keeps us posted on future upgrades. I will be checking in to see waht you come up with.

    Wher is the best place to get the Pocketwrench II?
     
  2. Hoshnasi

    Hoshnasi Empty Pockets

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    What SAK is that? I can't place the scales,
     
  3. John Frederick

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    PW II is available here.

    I may update my pics next weekend depending on how things go. Thanks for the props
     
  4. John Frederick

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    That would be this model.
     
  5. Gene O

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    Innovative work. Much respect
     
  6. John Frederick

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    Alright folks, as I can never leave well enough alone here's some of the changes I've made recently to my kit.

    - Ditched the key ring: it hung to low for my taste. It now rides next to the pouch on it's belt clip.
    - Cut down a County Comm small pry bar and slid it in. Don't try that at home, it's a real bear!! Just buy a widgy bar from them. I ended up melting down a drill bit in the attempt :shocked:
    - Added a Sharp Shim to the Tek-Lok. This is a nice addition as I can now easily field carry a good emergency sharpener.
    - Put my Wenger back in my pocket and filled the side pouch with a second EX-10 and a 30" roll of 1" wide Gorilla tape.
    - Found a spot behind/between the Photon and Leatherman pouch to store a spare Utility blade and my nail punch.
    - Ditched the lanyard and made a new one I wear around my neck: see here
    - Found a better spot for the tweezers

    The new items: All the gear now:
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    The tweezers new home: I pulled them out a bit to help you see better:
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    The DMT Sharp Shim in position to sharpen: The new DIY Widgy Bar:
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  7. Gene O

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    Can't help yourself, can you?
     
  8. John Frederick

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    It's a disease ;D ;D :green:
     
  9. Gene O

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    Dude, you could sell gear llike this and people would line up for it
     
  10. John Frederick

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    If my job didn't keep me on the road I'd seriously consider it. As it is my free time goes to my Family :hug:
     
  11. Gene O

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    As it should be.... O0
     
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    Very cool and creative kit!! O0 Please keep us updated furthermore. :)
     
  14. dimithri86

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    I tried doing something similar to my multitool case a while back, however it became to heavy, and when I ran (which I have to do once a week or so to catching a train I am running late for :brickwall: ) the whole thing moved so much, and things fell out. Even if I could secure the components , it would move around too much.

    However after seeing you do it successfully, im going to try again, but only to move my prybar and 10cent knife into the belt holster