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Discussion in 'Where, When, & How Do We Carry All This Stuff?' started by ?uesto, Oct 13, 2010.
A gift from my parents:
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The one on the right.
Sheath for ESEE Arrowhead
Tactical Infusions Jungle Camo Kydex with My vision "Klick"-Lock/Glow in Dark Dot
Canadian CADPAT Digital Paracord Neclace with Firesteel Toggle & Safety Lock.
>Kershaw leak Ti / ZDP189 Kydex & bead chain.
When I am in the woods and need a compass. I carry a TruNord jeweled-movement, brass button compass on a paracord necklace.
This thread made me realize I left my "Fear not, for I am with you" necklace at home this morning. Now I feel a little naked. Anyway, I do have a quick and simple paracord lanyard I made for my work ID
Probably my other halfs hands cos iv brought more tactical stuff !
TEC Accessories glow fob with ice blue tritium.
Nothing. I don't like the feeling, in general.
I used to wear a necklace, but after something I don't want to get into, I had the symbol tattooed on my chest instead.
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Wore a jade pendant my mom gave me for quite some time - recently rotated to my first piece from Steel Flame:
Just a stainless steel curb chain with British dog tags with vital info
On the reverse of one is NHS Number and on the other ORGAN DONOR.
I think I want an MT round my neck but when I've tried it before I end up with bald patches and an MT matted in my chest hair.
I know I could wear it over my shirt but then I worry it will get caught in machinery
Bad planning on your part doesn't constitute and emergency on mine.
She's not leaking oil she's sweating power
A scar :/
Id tag. Always.
Nothing. Occasionaly a knife.
Keys to my safe
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I wear a entry card every day, so I got a Hazard 4 Badger and ID holder and made my own neck lanyard.
My shirt collar
At this very moment, a little dribble of Spotted Cow beer and a little bit of salsa.
My dog tags