The first item he lists are a pair of House of Marley Smile Jamaica Wired Noise Cancelling Headphones with Microphone. Maybe he’s going to plug those into that Swedish canteen. Or should that be considered a rather large flask. No, wait, if Russian, it might be a vodka flask. But these are Swedes.
Or maybe it’s a prop from Get Smart, concealing a radio inside. I’ll let you follow the link through Everyday Carry to Amazon to get a chuckle in what Amazon suggests for that particular product. Hint: It ain’t a canteen.
Either way, that’s a big flask/canteen to carry around. Me, if I’m thirsty, I just grab a bottle of water and chuck it in a trash can (not the recycle bin) when I’m done with it.
Dave’s brand-new brass knuckles (yeah, Amazon won’t sell guns, but they’ll happily sell brass knucks!) will earn him a felony if he crosses in to Illinois and maybe one or two other states. As long as he leaves that GLOCK 17 (Gen 4) with the empty chamber in his car he’s golden while traveling through Illinois. (Yes, with a valid home-state CCW license, you can carry your loaded handgun anywhere inside your vehicle as you travel in/through Illinois. Given our high, soon to be higher gas taxes, Chicago’s crime and gun-unfriendliness in general, I recommend traveling through. PS Loaded chambers are okay for out-of-staters with home-state of residence CCWs as well.)
He also carries a Sillcock key. Because those hard-core survivalists say it’s a “must have” item for bugging out. Because, you know, a multi-tool won’t turn the knob to access water, assuming there’s any to have.
Dave also carries his RFID wallet with a 20 Euro note. Because, that Euro note plus $5 US currency will get you an Egg McMuffin and a large sweet tea at McDonalds there in Ohio.
I do like the CRKT “Homefront” folder. He supposedly carries a brand-new $50 Exotac titanLIGHT lighter and his RayBan Aviators. Maybe he uses that for a flashlight. With about one candlepower, it won’t exactly dazzle any baddies out there.