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There are lots of ways to carry your EDC gear. Belts and pockets with appropriate clips and holsters can accommodate a lot of gear. Especially if you’re partial to “tactical” wear that features lots of extra pockets, straps, D-rings and such.

Mr. E, however, has found a different way that allows him to tote multiple blades, lights, pens and other gear, including an old school Smith & Wesson 6904 pistol (though getting to it when you really need it might be an issue). As he tells it . . .

After experimenting with some ways to organize my gear I got a hold of this case from Seahorse and it is PERFECT! These are the bits that I pick and choose from depending on my day and it keeps everything tidy. Under the foam is another layer of random knives from my collection that I rarely use.

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  1. If this dude actually carries the case around with him he has gone full Walter Mitty.

  2. As I read then re-read the posters piece, I think this is his equivalent to an organizer. It would seem he picks what to carry on a day to day basis.
    Too complicated for me. KISS works, no confusion.
    Maybe a little OCD?
    Whatever works, at least he carries.

  3. …” to organize my gear … I got this case … These … I pick and choose from depending on my day … it keeps everything tidy.”

    He does not carry the case; just items for that day.

    • I think youre right. Whoever authored the first part of the post implies that the guy carries it everyday. Its just a nice looking organizer

  4. Personally, I think all these EDC threads are funny as hell. This one is hilarious. It’s like a big freakin’ game to see who can come up the biggest pile of useless crap and spend the most money putting it together for the daily grade school show and tell.

    • +100
      My EDC is a pistol, an extra mag, a knife, a couple of small Leatherman and a single AAA streamlight. Total weight with watch wallet and keys is under 5lbs and that is if I am carrying a full sized 1911.

    • Right? who wants to have nice things? Glad you know how much everyone makes, or how long it took them to acquire certain things. Calm down gunny. Just avoid the EDC shares from now on maybe.

      • ya, fun. oy, with all the fun having.
        hopefully you catch some breaks in your bosozoku years, because later it becomes painfully obvious that FUN IS NOT ALLOWED.
        it has been the battle cry for the past thirty years, somehow managing to have a little, while staying of the radar.

  5. I always liked those Smith’s ….. the 69 and 39 series that were chopped and channeled.

    We always thought they had crappy triggers ……. until Glocks came along and showed us what a crappy trigger was.

    Looks like he has a tacticool dresser organizer ….. pretty cool.

  6. I usually have little interest in folders outside of a multi-tool but the CEO looks pretty sharp.

  7. He doesn’t carry the case around lol. It’s setup like a edc caddy. None of that would fit if it was closed.

  8. May as well start posting pics of closets and store shelves. You would think the person who runs “pocket dump” or “everyday carry” would at least post those who actually follow the criteria of “carrying”……but alas…..we get more pics and posts of LOOK AT ALL MY STUFF!

    Maybe we can start a thread of everyday drive and send in pictures of car lots

    • I think many of us have a drawer of knives, pens, flashlights, holsters, etc. that have been replace by the stuff that currently functions best. I’m interested in seeing what everyday folks are carrying on and off body most of the time for given situations (e.g. at work, on a hike, running to the store, at home, while traveling, at a formal event).

  9. Too much stuff to be familiar with. Can’t access easily. Can’t grab anything.

    I have a Seahorse case that I use for shipping guns in my luggage but it takes five minutes to unlock it and get in.

    This may be good from a boy scout perspective but seems more likely to be in the car than available to use in an emergency. And a GREAT target for loss or theft.

    I say this edc is a big FAIL.

  10. I don’t think he carries the entire kit everyday, I think he uses the seahorse case to keep his EDC stuff organized, and it gives him a daily selection as per his statement…

    “These are the bits that I pick and choose from depending on my day and it keeps everything tidy.”

  11. This isn’t edc. That shit couldn’t close by Thor himself. So tired of seeing pics of ten knifes, 8 pens, 4 Leatherman, two computers, 2 fixed blade knives. 5 flashlights, two phones, a tablet, 3 prybars. 4 watches. A Fitbit. 2 sets of keys, 3 guns, a bootknife, a neck knife and a partridge in a pear tree. “Pocket dump”….

  12. One good thing from this post is I looked up Seahorse cases, not for EDC though. Not bad price wise compared to Pelican and others.

    Had never heard of Seahorse before.

  13. What I carry is just perfect, anyone who carries one less item is an unprepaired fool, anyone who carries one more item is carrying to much .

  14. Can I interest anyone in my new line of ballistic kitten body armor?

    It’s cuter, lighter, keeps you warmer and…well…kittens go squish

  15. My EDC consists of my keys, phone, and a G19.

    If I go out, my wallet gets tossed in, sometimes a pen if I’m expecting paper.

  16. If it works for him, more power to him. To complicated, slow and cumbersome for my tastes. But, we all operate within the conditions our experiences create,

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