What do you EDC?

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What do you EDC?

Postby TKC » Sun Dec 03, 2006 10:45 pm

What do you have for your EDC (Every Day Carry.)? Today I have on me: Matt Cucchiara Mini Scrapper "Gecko" knife (It has been my constant companion since it's arrival), a Jetbeam MKII (flashlight), Tom Krein TK-2, in D2 with Mark Nelson micarta in a kydex sheath (this is my pocket fixed blade.),a Peter Atwood 3 inch Wedgie, with lime green paracord, and an Alox Soldier SAK. Now, in my jacket, I keep a Peter Atwood Bug Out Bar & SF E1e, with spare battery. In my money wallet, I keep an Atwood PryBaby. What about you?
Here are links to the Jetbeam MK II & Peter Atwood's site.

1. http://www.pts-flashlights.com/products ... -6218&tb=1

2. http://www.phlaunt.com/atwoodknives/
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Postby jonet143 » Sun Dec 03, 2006 11:49 pm

colt combat commander in 45acp and what ever knife i pick up. ah... texas is great!
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Postby TKC » Sat Dec 09, 2006 11:11 pm

I also carry a gun, but not everyday.
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Postby jonet143 » Sat Dec 09, 2006 11:45 pm

tkc, i'm not a slim man and if i edc'd all the knives you do, my suspenders might snap! :lol:
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Postby Bomber » Tue Dec 26, 2006 11:46 pm

I guess we came from the same lifeboat.I EDC a Coldsteel X-large Voyager [ sometimes the XX too ] and a SAK,a mini Streamlight,a G-2 surefire,a Pro-tek Godfather [ jacket pocket ] ,a Glock 23 or 27 [ sometimes both ] cash,creditcards,I.D. [ cop ] ,ASP 16"expandable [ now that the knees are shot ] ,and in the car,a ASP 21"and can ASR,two more mags for tye glock [ as well as one on person ] and a carbine [ 30-30 ] ,as well as a rechargable Mag-light.But thats only if I do not expect to be in harms way,then I really EDC lots.And I am 5'4"and weigh a solid 180.
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Postby TKC » Sun May 06, 2007 11:58 pm

Well, I have been EDCing my Hinderer XM-18, with a 3 inch blade. I always have a flashlight on me. At home, I have CR 2 Ion, XM-18, and a 3 inch Atwood Wedgie. When I go out, the knife changes to my Matt Cucchiara Mini Scrapper Gecko, as it does not interfere with me drawing my gun from my pocket. When I am wearing a jacket, I always have a SF E1e, with spare battery. If I am not wearing a jacket, I have the E1e in a leather sheath on my belt, as well as the CR 2 Ion. When I go to Boston, I have to carry a knife with a length no longer than 2 1/2 inches; so I carry my Matt Cucchiara Mini Scrapper Gecko knife.
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Postby marcinek » Wed May 16, 2007 2:35 pm

Hi TKC!

For the last month or so SAK Super Tinker (soon to be replaced by a peanut, possibly a S&M or Queen) in my pocket and an AG Russell Woodswalker in my X-Treme Spec Ops Tactical Man-Purse.

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Postby orvet » Wed May 16, 2007 3:29 pm

For a tactical EDC one of my favorites is my Buck 186. I like it so well I just ordered one in partial serration. One hand ambidextrous opener and doesn't scream tactical, but is ready if you need it. I also carry one of the knives I have customized. Lately my favorite has been a 77OT that I changed to a single blade & put red jigged bone handles on.

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Postby useem » Wed May 16, 2007 3:40 pm

BUCK 110 on my belt, Case 3254 in my pocket, and no guns for me, I live in California ::dang::

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Postby marcinek » Wed May 16, 2007 4:03 pm

Almost forgot...also have a Cold Steel Urban Pal discreetly on the man-purse.

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Postby jonet143 » Wed May 16, 2007 4:10 pm

man-purse?
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Postby El Lobo » Wed May 16, 2007 4:25 pm

Ok, this is fun. ::nod::

In the Blazer...

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On my creaky old body...

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Sometimes a different slippie, but this ought to about cover it.

NEXT!

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Postby useem » Wed May 16, 2007 4:57 pm

Holy smoke LOBO. I gotta move to Arizona ::paranoid::

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Postby marcinek » Wed May 16, 2007 5:58 pm

X-Treme Spec Ops Tactical Man-Purse, johnnie!

Some might call it a soft attache, or shoulder bag, but I call it an X-Treme Spec Ops Tactical Man-Purse, which shows that: 1) I am extremely well-adjusted about my manliness; 2) I ooze TACTICAL from my pores; 3) I am ready for any civil emergency, natural disaster, or bear attack; and 4) I have a sensitive side (the ladies love a dude with a purse).

So...you wanna make something of it? You looking at me?

I didn't think so!

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Postby El Lobo » Wed May 16, 2007 6:11 pm

johnnie, johnnie, johnnie...

http://thesatchelpages.com/











:mrgreen: ::hmm::

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