Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Daniel Baker

As Daniel writes, “I’m a Noob at EDC, but with the help of others and their pictures on this site I cobbled this together over 4 months.” See everything at Everyday Carry . . .


  1. avatar Nine says:

    This is probably my favorite thus far due to the layout of the photo.

  2. avatar gman says:

    CZ, enough said.

  3. avatar Swilson says:

    How you liking the P-01?

  4. avatar Guardiano says:

    I really don’t get the Field Notes thing. What are people writing down in those trendy little pads? Why are they “tactical” or part of “being prepared?”

    1. avatar Geoff PR says:

      “What are people writing down in those trendy little pads?”

      Have you ever run into an old lust (who still looks good) who pointedly suggested you to give her a call sometime?

      *wink-wink, nudge-nudge*

      1. avatar strych9 says:

        That’s a damn fine point Geoff.

        While “Field Notes” pads may be trendy there are about a zillion reasons to have a writing instrument and paper handy, most of which come back to the singular point of remembering something you might otherwise forget. Some hotty’s number falls into that category.

        1. avatar Geoff PR says:

          Use some common sense if you do.

          One trick I use is to make up a bogus mailing address but munge the number by adding 5 to each digit so a local number doesn’t suddenly ‘pop out’ if someone else (spouse) happens to see it…

      2. avatar Guardiano says:

        Isn’t that what phones are for?

    2. avatar Rob in Canada says:

      Me neither, I can enter notes in my phone on the notepad.

  5. D ring for what? Just a car key, no house key? Field notes, trendy much? USB drive, no cloud storage? A lighter for what? No holster?

    1. avatar GlocksRock says:

      He uses the D-ring (carabiner) to hold his pistol to his belt. Better than a holster. Just clip the D to your belt, then clip the D to the trigger guard. Works with AR15s as well.

      You should try it sometime. Works great. Until it doesn’t.

      1. Genius. I’m ditching my holsters today.

  6. avatar strych9 says:

    A nice knife at a reasonable price.

    I do have to wonder what the purpose is of carrying around a 1 ounce silver coin though. Ah well, to each their own… something about smooching bovine creatures.

    1. avatar Jack says:

      I think that dollar-shaped item might be some sort of thing that blocks fraudsters from getting your credit card info through some sort of new-fangled method. I’m not a kid so I can’t specify the technique but I heard that people now carry something to block their cards being scanned (or whatever the word is).

      1. avatar strych9 says:

        All I know is that it’s listed as a “Sunshine Minting One Troy Ounce Silver Round” and there are far, far cheaper ways to block RFID theft.

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