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Discussion in 'Where, When, & How Do We Carry All This Stuff?' started by Clarence Whirley, Mar 2, 2010.
The ironmongery goes on the shelf and the small change stays in my hand
Lots of wonderful photos and now I'm feeling so inadequate.
Leatherman wave with bits and fenix e01
All in my under armor hat for the following day
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i was thinking about doing this as a dump pad
Just picked these up today.
$10 for 4 at the local cigar store.
Fits a good amount and looks good while doing so.
You, sir, have just inspired me to visit my local cigar shop on my day off this week!
... And I have never received a reply from them... not a good sign at best
EDC knives drawer, most used one
Leek S30V, Deviant Chinese custom O2, GEC random ones (have like 20 lol ), Caly III ZDP CF
Small Sebenza S30V, small Insingo 21 S35Vn, Mnandi Bocote S30V, Mnandi Mesquite S30V, TK3 3G Bine, HB02 Desert, Birk 75 S30V, DS custom D2
^ dig the flashlight box
Thank you very much!
rox you know i saw this one
i am thinking this may have to be a winter project for my house..... an EDC pantry LOL
Those look awesome, loving the foam and the light box, so clean.
Thank you for the kind post, I actually grabbed the ideas from a couple other members on here.
I dump in some pelican cases.
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Awesome work there. Definitely going to inspire me to get something in order besides just piling them up on top of our dresser.
I was in the market for a new dump site and found an awesome wood bowl carved from the root of a tree for $60. So, after I stopped laughing, I repurposed a couple of tins that I found on the workbench in my barn. This setup has a lot more character if you ask me. It all sits on my gun case, with my TT ROP sitting in front of it.
And before you ask, that's the front of the 1980 Chevy El Camino (El Tomato) that I drove in college. That pic is a shrine to the biggest piece of crap car that I ever loved. The exhaust was missing, the frame was cracked and the rear drive tire passed me on my way to work one morning after the axle snapped. Yet I still miss that car.
Old mag glass Victorinox Yeoman with yellow scales
Where did you find THAT?
Sorry to disappoint but i made it from an old Vic Champ and added some Swiss Bianco scales. It's basically a Yeoman but with a metal file for emergency sharpening.
My first car was a '79. 6 cylinder, 3 speed, tan & rust. Best. Car. Ever.