Show me your EDC survival pack!

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  1. 21stCenturyFrontiersman

    21stCenturyFrontiersman Member

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    Whether big or small, post up your everyday survival pack/kit/tin etc.

    Thread needs pictures!

    Good way to give ideas or get ideas for your everyday survival gear! This includes knives, firearms, first aid, shelter, etc. If you take it with you everywhere post it up, also include those odd ball items! Also some pros and cons just incase someone is wondering on getting those items. The survival pack is always evolving one way or another.
     
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    2003 Chevy avalanche. It's 4x4 with a locking rear differential has cold a/c and covered, lockable storage for all my gear.
     
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    I keep most of the “10 Cs” in my pockets all day. The other two are more than adequately covered by my belt kit or just one mother canteen carrier. I’ll get some photos.
     
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    So I don’t carry cover and container in my pocket but I cover a good bit in my EDC. Here is my EDC, I have a bigger knife on my hip when not at work...

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    Pliers because I don’t like leatherman s;

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    1600 lumen flashlight;

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    truck key;

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    SAK, the fieldmaster;

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    bandanna and lens cloth;

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    dib can with pipe tobacco

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    Rite in the rain notebook;

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    and my wallet that has cards and money it also has keys, pry-bar, another SAK the mini champ, and a titanium toothpick...

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    now for the pouches.... I have a large and small...

    I’ll start with the small;

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    a lighter, a pen, a titanium spoon, can opener, signal mirror, fresnel lens, spare battery for the flashlight, whistle, tweezer, pencil sharpener, safety pins, rubber gloves, first aid kit, 5 days of my blood pressure medicine.

    now the large pouch;

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    The black tube is tinder (baddest bees fire fuses), UCO storm matches, 60 foot tarred bank line, chop sticks, rip spool with small fishing kit in with the needle, pocket bellows, 3 spools (1 is a sewing kit with thread and needles and safety pins, one is 30 foot of dyneema, and the other is snare wore and hardware), comb, ferro Rod, tru nord button compass and a light diffuser to make the flashlight a lantern.
     
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    Reminds me to get one of those Knipex Cobras for my pack!
     
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    They are awesome pliers.
     
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    Knipex has been like crack for me. I started by adding the small pliers to my tech toolkit maxpedition pouch. Liked 'em so well that I ended up building a full-sized tool roll that is 90% Knipex. Pricey, but it is now my go-to tool source for most everything. I consider it money well spent.
     
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