What's on your belt? (Or in your pockets!) What's your EDC?

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Re: What's on your belt? (Or in your pockets!) What's your EDC?

Post by Silent Kube » Thu May 06, 2010 6:00 am

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1. Kel-Tec P-11
2. GP bandanna with awesome skull & crossbones pattern. Mostly for my hair but has tons of other uses too.
3. Battered moleskine notebook. Isn't it a requirement for every writer?
4. Primary keyring. Car & Housekeys also an emergency handcuff key.
5. Secondary Keyring.
A. Cabelas cheap mini multitool. Wll be replaced with a leatherman when I can afford it.
B. Flash drive with important documents on it. P-51 can opener and a whistle that didn't make it in frame.
C. Extra house & car key.
D. Pill vial with basic pain killers in it. It's saved my ass more than once.
6. Cheap buck knife knockoff. Acting as a placeholder until I get a replacement sheath for my real buck. It was pops so don't want
to lose it.
7. Victorinox mini sak. Actually should be with my primary keyring.
8. Tactical toothpicks. Lost the one from my sak, can't find a replacement.
9. El cheapo 9 led flashlight. I let this one get beat up and keep my better light in my bag for when I really need it.
10. Good ol bic lighter
11. Wallet
12. My trusty zippo. and becaus I wasn't paying atention, 15 round mag for my kel-tec. May look goofy when it's in the gun but
if I have to pop it in, I don't care what it looks like at that point.
13. Snap cap for the kel-tec for when I get bored at work and want to practice drills.
14. (not labeled) magnifying lens. Good for starting fires and magnifying things. lol

I could also list what I carry in the backpack my gf lovingly calls my murse but this is the stuff I always keep at the ready.
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Re: What's on your belt? (Or in your pockets!) What's your EDC?

Post by Glenn » Thu May 06, 2010 7:46 am

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Much love to the guys who carry bandannas.

My EDC is as follows, starting in the top right, going clockwise...

Wallet I got at the PX few years back
Keys
BANDANNA!
Dogtags (till the day I die)
s&w 629
Blackberry
Multitool
Razorblade folder

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Post by gameover419 » Thu May 06, 2010 4:56 pm

I keep a mini mag, small folding knife, cold steel neck knife, pepper spray. And on june 2 I will apply for my NY Ccw but it takes like 6 to 9 months to get but when I do it will be a ruger lcp
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Post by TC » Sat May 08, 2010 7:05 am

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-Keys with SAK Classic SD, LED 'fauxton' and an ACU paracord lanyard
-Rough Rider 3 blade stockman slipjoint knife
-Brushed copper Zippo with Thunderbird butane insert
-Chrome Fisher Space Pen
-Blackberry 8220
-Casio G-Shock watch
-Wallet (with some bandaids, 40p change,2 small safety pins & list of phone numbers)
-£3.70 pocket change
-Handkerchief
-Paracord (about 3 1/2 feet) with a large safety pin on the end
I like the vibe I get from this EDC. Very practical and grounded in reality.
I was thinking the same thing actually, I just don't understand the pin?
Just saw this after not checking this thread for a few months. Thanks for the comments.

The safety pin on the end is pretty much a multi use item. If a button, seam, zipper or some other fabric/clothing related damage occurs, I can use it as a temporary fastener or closure. For example, if for some reason the zipper on the trousers I or someone else is wearing breaks, it saves the embarrassment and annoyance of having your flies open for the rest of the day!

Another use when combined with the length of cord is as a very basic and light duty hook to retrieve items dropped down a hole or down the back of a confined space. It won't lift heavy things, but something like a dropped set of keys can be retrieved. Yet another use is to just use the end of the pin to help with things like splinter removal or blister bursting and so on. The lighter can be used to sterilise the end, and it saves me risking damaging the heat treatment on my knives if I had to clean one of them for the same type of job.

So yeah, it doesn't have a specific use, it's just a generally useful item to have on my person. Hope that explains it a bit better!
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Re: What's on your belt? (Or in your pockets!) What's your EDC?

Post by squinty » Sun May 09, 2010 10:34 am

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Much love to the guys who carry bandannas.

My EDC is as follows, starting in the top right, going clockwise...

Wallet I got at the PX few years back
Keys
BANDANNA!
Dogtags (till the day I die)
s&w 629
Blackberry
Multitool
Razorblade folder
Much love for the 4" 629!
I have that exact revolver, but .44 mag is a bit too stout for me to use as a sd round. Do you load .44 mag or .44 special for EDC?
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Post by grimm_kaosboy » Mon May 10, 2010 11:54 am

On my belt I carry a Vic LED flashlight and Swisstool (with bits and L-wrench) on my left side. On my right I carry a Victorinox Swisschamp and Zippo lighter. Wallet in right rear pocket, bandanna in left rear. Good sturdy knife (currently a Spyderco Manix) clips to my right front. I work in a warehouse running machines, so it doesn't pose an issue regarding dress codes.

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Post by Glenn » Tue May 11, 2010 12:07 am

squinty wrote:
Much love for the 4" 629!
I have that exact revolver, but .44 mag is a bit too stout for me to use as a sd round. Do you load .44 mag or .44 special for EDC?
I love this gun, and how hard it hits. I keep her loaded with the 44mag because my main concern are bears, and not really humans, in my every day to day activities. If I wasn't out in the woods everyday I'd load it with 44special though in a heartbeat, those 44mags do pound. :lol:

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Post by JeffLrrp » Sat May 15, 2010 6:31 pm

wallet, keys and sometimes my cell phone.

- bandana
- Fenix E01 on the keychain
- One of my Surefires if Im out at night or depending on the situation
- yellow Bic lighter (I rotate like 6 of them)
- one of my various Buck or Victorinox knives. Most often a 110 hunter or Buck's new
Vantage folder.
- occasionally I carry a handgun. Generally either a Smith 642 2", a Smith M10 2" or a NAA Black Widow in the delightfully underpowered .22 magnum 8)
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Post by Redeyes » Sat May 15, 2010 11:58 pm

Kabong30 wrote:
bltjr1951 wrote:Are you scared of the dark??
I have found a flashlight to be so useful that I just keep one on me all the time. Use it to look around under the hood of the car, you can use it as a defensive tool, if somebody flips the lights off on you while your on the crapper at work (I work with a bunch of comedians). So many uses, plus it fills my need to look like I know what's going on because I have the most shit on my belt and the most keys on my keyring.
+5 .....one for each of your points

I also use mine to look into my patients various orifices, and eyes. I work at night, so it is nice to have a flashlight to move around a patient's room without turning on the ceiling light, while they are trying to sleep. Also, although we have backup generators, sometimes it is several minutes before they engage when we have a major blackout. My light must have at least a very low power setting (for looking in patients eyes) and a high setting (for all of the other applications). My Quark AA2 turbo performs its functions excellently and uses batteries that I can get at work.

edited to add: I carry nothing on my belt at work. When I am off the clock I carry a Glock 23 on it, however.
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Post by KMAC179 » Sun May 16, 2010 5:57 pm

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Oakley Juliet Polarized
Kershaw Leek
Surefire E2D-LED
Zippo
Smokes
Keys-
Kubaton
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So-led
work keys
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Post by Nesrath » Mon May 17, 2010 1:14 am

Everyday I carry:

Keys, handcuff key
Tac Light
Kimber TLE
Spare 8 round WC mag
Handcuffs
Cell Phone
Folding clip knife
Radio depending on what I am wearing.
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Post by CipherNameRaVeN » Mon May 17, 2010 10:41 am

If some people will think they are having a deja vu, it's because it was copied from part of my BOB post.

My EDC (Every Day Carry) Bag
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CONTENTS OF MY EDC BAG:
1. FAK (First Aid Kit)
  • This kit is pretty extensive because I also use it when I go biking.
    Pouch is by Condor, purchased from cheaperthandirt.com.
    Kit contains QuickClot, bandages, medicine, and many many more things.
    I will try to show details later.
2. Salt, Pepper, Sugar
3. Clif Bar
4. Nature Valley Bar
5. Starbucks instant coffee (mixes well in cold water also to make Ice Coffee)
6. Sun Glasses
7. Survival Kit with ranger bands:
  • BIC mini, Scout Firesteel, duct tape, box cutter blade, wire saw, cotton balls w/ Vaseline, fishing kit, some other misc. stuff
8. BIC lighter
9. Marine Whistle (got it free from http://www.itwnexus.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; Read http://zombiehunters.org/forum/viewtopi ... ff+buckles" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;)
10. Antibacterial Soap
11. Facial Tissues
12. Notepad
13. Pan
14. After-Bite
15. Bug Repellent
16. Chemlight stick 6-hours (these things run for about 10 hours... no kidding)
17. Pencil (fits in Leatherman pouch)
18. Leatherman Wave (a MUST have for everyone)
19. Folding knife
20. 550 Paracord
21. Cheap LED flashlight (saving $ for Surefire of Fenix, BTW recommendations are welcome)
EDIT: Finally broke down and bought myself a Surefire 6P LED :wink: Very Happy!
22. Aquamira Frontier Filter Emergency Straw
23. Floss (stuff gets stock between my teeth :lol: )
24. Lip Balm
25. Toothpicks
26. Nalgene bottle (shown in the photo above.

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27. TOPO Maps of areas I may be in: home, work, family (printed from mytopo.com...
  • Though I have them, I am not impressed with them, and would not recommend it. Not detailed enough)
28. Emergency phone numbers ( 911, local police, local fire, local ER, family, friends, neighbors, etc)
29. Waterproof pouch
30. More printed maps
31. Wet Ones

Also, this bag has a hidden pocket for a firearm. Guess what I carry there (not shown in this pic):
32. 3 Diapers
33. Wipes
34. Butt Cream
35. Sun block
What do I use this stuff for you ask? 8) For my little baby girl. :D This bag serves as a Diaper Bag also.

...This EDC bag is only half full with all this stuff there with plenty of space for day-to-day things to throw in.

EDC things I carry on me:
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2. Pealess Whistle. Glows in the dark. Tie it to paracord and use it for signaling. - http://www.survivaloutdoorskills.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
3. Tri-Folding Signaling Mirror with Orange Duct Tape, 2 ranger bands - http://www.survivaloutdoorskills.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
4. Mini-Folding Knife - http://www.survivaloutdoorskills.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
5. Fire Steel - http://www.survivaloutdoorskills.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
6. Compass - http://www.survivaloutdoorskills.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
7. Kingston USB Key with hardware-based encryption
8. Mini-light (alternative to Phanton but not as good) - http://www.survivaloutdoorskills.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
9. Condom, 4 purifications tabs, ranger band - http://www.survivaloutdoorskills.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

10. HTS Droid Incredible (and yes... this thing is incredible)
  • a. phone & e-mail
    b. GPS, Driving, walking, biking Navigation
    c. Music
    d. 8 mega pixel camera
    e. Calendar, data, and maaaanny more things.
11. Casio Pathfinder Titanium watch (I love this watch)
  • $400 MSRP
    Amazaon price: $240 - well worth it. Looks great.
    a. Multi-Band Atomic Timekeeping
    b. Digital Compass
    n. Altimeter
    m. Barometer
    e. Thermometer
    f. Tide and Moon Graphs and Moon Age Data
    g. 200M Water Resistant
    h. Countdown (Yacht) Timer
    i. 5 Daily alarms
    j. Full auto-calendar
12. Survival Bracelet - provides you with ~ 12 feet of 550 paracord
Make it yourself: http://www.instructables.com/id/Paracor ... se-buckle/

DAMN THAT IS A LOT OF STUFF FOR EVERY DAY CARRY. BELIVE ME IT LOOKS SCARIER ON PAPER.
HOWEVER, MOST PEOPLE (EVEN MY WIFE) DO NOT REALIZE I HAVE ALL THIS STUFF ON ME.
IT'S WELL PACKED AND ORGONIZED.

ALSO: I used to carry a hand gun. However, I am petrified that my daughter may somehow become curious and reach for the trigger while I am not paying attention.
So, I am taking my chances with every day bad guys. I am a suburban dweller, so I live with the false sense of security that keeps me comfy.
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Post by Nesrath » Fri May 21, 2010 11:13 pm

21. Cheap LED flashlight (saving $ for Surefire of Fenix, BTW recommendations are welcome)

If you have a Lowes store near you, pick up the Kobalt LED tac light. it was like 30 or 40 bucks, but it comes with a no questions asked guarantee, just bring it back to the store and they will give you a brand new one. I carry mine 24/7.

I got it because my 4 year old girl has destroyed surefire, streamlight, mini mag, crappy S&W tac light, this one she has not managed to break yet, but if she does, I take it back and get a brand new one. :D
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Post by TerryGecko » Sat May 22, 2010 12:39 pm

CipherNameRaVeN wrote: Image
I have the same bag and I love it.
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Post by KAPendley » Wed Jun 16, 2010 1:49 pm

I guess I am extremely lucky when it comes to paying for stuff we all like.

A local guy brings about 3-6 Surefire flashlights to my store a month. (FTR, I do not like dealing with thieves on a daily basis. Obviously, if someone brings me the same items in new condition over and over again, they are probably not his to begin with. I absolutely loathe thieves. But I have to pay my bills and feed my family like the rest of you, and I am making ends meet with my current job. It goes with the pawn territory. I send a weekly report to the local PD of EVERYTHING that comes into this store, and ALL the info on the ID from the person who sold/pawned it to me. Several bad guys have been caught off this info alone, and are no longer allowed to do business at this store or the sister stores once the police let me know to blacklist them.)I buy them for 15-20 bucks depending on their condition. I have been told you can buy them at tradelots and flea markets for around 40.00-50.00. The same ones at Lowe's are 69.00-89.00. Naturally, I bought a couple for myself and wife.

Another guy has previously brought this store 4 Leatherman Waves, and one skeletool. I'm thinking of snatching up the skeletool for myself. It is probably the ONLY Leatherman that I have seen, held, or used that I like. I don't have my own pics, so I will grab some off google images for reference.

Skeletool:

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I always have my Springfield XD9 sub in a Fobus paddle holster on my person. No extra mags, because I pray I will never have to use it, or the Corbon +P JHP's in it...on anyone. Better safe than sorry, and I absolutely love the pistol.

I bought a Boker set a while back off the Cornwell tool truck. The light was bright, but it ATE batteries up. The small knife that came in the set I clip on the outside of my pocket everywhere I go. She's a tiny little knife, but very handy, and doesn't seem to lose its edge.

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Everything else is in my pockets. Wallet, smokes, lighter, keys, cell, and an iTouch (also purchased through my store). Rarely any cash.

I really like the smaller carry bags you guys have. I recently ordered a cheaperthandirt.com catalog, and was wondering how some of their MOLLE stuff was holding up. Good too see others using them. I will be ordering a lot off of the site soon.
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Post by CipherNameRaVeN » Wed Jun 16, 2010 2:56 pm

TerryGecko wrote:
CipherNameRaVeN wrote: Image
I have the same bag and I love it.
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Cool. Is your bag really that dark, or is it just pic quality?
I would love my bag to be a little darker.
and yes! I love my bag also.
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Post by Omega Storm » Fri Jul 02, 2010 3:22 am

CipherNameRaVeN wrote: ALSO: I used to carry a hand gun. However, I am petrified that my daughter may somehow become curious and reach for the trigger while I am not paying attention.
So, I am taking my chances with every day bad guys. I am a suburban dweller, so I live with the false sense of security that keeps me comfy.
:shock: :shock:

What kind of holster do you use? Do you carry on-body or off-body? How do you secure your weapon when it is not in your hand or in your immediate custody?

There has to be some kind of way to allow you to defend your family while keeping your daughter away from it.
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Post by Headhunter441 » Fri Jul 02, 2010 6:23 pm

My EDC is My Iphone, Little Winchester Pocket-knife I found in the dirt and cleaned up, and I just got a Lil' Cree Flashlight.
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Post by Heimdall » Fri Jul 02, 2010 10:31 pm

1 Cold Steel recon tanto, I use to carry two, but I lost one in an unfortunate boating incident. I also carry a Leatherman Wave, my wallet, 2 lock picks, my .38, and my belt, it can be a tool to if your creative and my pocket Constitution. Oh yea, and my retarded smart phone.
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Swiss Army Knife and iPhone
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Post by Biggin » Fri Jul 02, 2010 10:48 pm

Work
Dress is Polo style shirt, 5.11 Taclite Pro Pants

Belt: Leatherman wave and extra mag on left side, G21 in serpa on right side
Front right pocket: NOTHING
Knife pocket: Rotates between cold steel large tanto voyaget and spyderco endura 4 ffg
Back Right: wallet, Benchmade Rift
Back Left: Kershaw OSO Sweet
Front lef: Preon 2, Pen

Oh yeah, my keys hang from the keyp-safe above my right front pocket and forward a little.
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Front left: Keys, Keyp-safe, leatherman squirt p4\
Front right: Phone
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Post by uncleben03 » Fri Jul 02, 2010 11:59 pm

EDC is:

Glock 26 / CrossBreed holster (BUY ONE NOW!)
Boker AK-74 knife
Surefire G2L (but just bought a little eveready light at walmart, testing that to see if I can switch, it's a little smaller)

And of course the odds and ends in my BOB/FAK that are always in my truck.
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Re: What's on your belt? (Or in your pockets!) What's your EDC?

Post by squinty » Sat Jul 03, 2010 3:41 am

Heimdall wrote:1 Cold Steel recon tanto, I use to carry two, but I lost one in an unfortunate boating incident. I also carry a Leatherman Wave, my wallet, 2 lock picks, my .38, and my belt, it can be a tool to if your creative and my pocket Constitution. Oh yea, and my retarded smart phone.
Why the lock picks?
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Re: What's on your belt? (Or in your pockets!) What's your EDC?

Post by dedpool » Mon Jul 05, 2010 10:52 am

I carry my cell phone on my belt, stuck in a ranger band. I do this because I find cell phone cases way too bulky. I have a ranger band on every belt I own so I dont have to worry about switching things around when I change belts. This also makes it much easier to access while im sitting down and driving. Every once in a while it accidently takes a picture from my belt but I can live with that.

Oh and in the summer time, if my shirts not tucked in, I stick my bandana in a belt ranger bands too cause it gets too hot in my pockets
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