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You don’t see a lot of EDC drones, but as John says, “Two things seemingly that don’t go hand in hand, but I always carry on the weekends and I have a new drone that’s extremely portable…enough to carry wherever I go.” OK then. See all of his gear at Everyday Carry . . .

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  1. No vape pen?! No field notes?! No brass knuckles and/or butterfly knife?! Hand in your mall ninja badge.

  2. To each their own, I guess…
    Some folks look askance at the thick elastic exercise band* in my backpack – not everything folks carry is self explanatory.

    *No, it’s not a tourniquet.

  3. Those drones are actually pretty darn cool. I took time out to watch drone training and drone wars at DreamHack last week.

    $20 gets you a pretty sweet drone. $100 gets you a camera and a bunch of extra batteries.

    I don’t see the EDC use and I wouldn’t carry one but they are darn cool. When the big ones battle each other it’s pretty intense.

    Also, the fact that people do buy them drives a massive industry. One of the larger designs is made from some heat resistant polymer and it’s now being used by fire departments to search buildings for trapped people and by other agencies to find lost hikers and other missing people. It’s pretty cool stuff.

  4. A Sig 229 is expensive at over $1,000
    The Sig is a nice gun, if a little heavy for daily carry
    The spare mag with a belt clip is a nice touch, another 15 rounds
    The drone is certainly something different
    Gun, spare mag, flashlight, knife and gloves
    Seems like a good load out for e d c

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