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Powercage's everyday carry gear courtesy

As Powercage writes, “The Bug-Out Bag is obviously not usually part of my EDC and there are quite a few additional tools that go into that as well. The rest of the picture tends to be on my person at all times, the Vanquest EDC pouch makes it very easy to store most of the items when need-be. When I’m going to more formal occasions I replace the G-Shock with a Breitling Navitimer 01. I alternate a Benchmade 10 Year Anniversary Infidel or Borka Stitch in for the Ultratech. I also alternate an HK VP9sk for the Glock 26.” See all the details at Everyday Carry . . .

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  1. Finally Leatherman” gets a plug. I bet those knives from Denmark are nice. What does the wedding ring got to do with EDC? Is it a secret decoder ring or something?

  2. Yeah, the contents of a backpack don’t really count do they? Sure, I have my Drago backpack with me at work but not on me at all times when I’m out and about.
    Not really ready to brag about what’s in that bag at this time (dried fruit mix, hand lotion, an elastic band for exercising, bag of toothpicks, etc.) Until I get my basic trauma kit together, y’all won’t be seeing it.

    • Exactly. My ‘get home’ bag is in my vehicle at all times. I don’t think that counts as EDC.

      Might as well just list the truck..

      /Snaps pic of F350 and lists it on EDC site 😉

    • Haha, sounds like you have a better start than me. My work backpack is full of dirty socks and Tupperware. I wont be posting the contents of it either.


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