Everyday carry bag

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gallowglas
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Everyday carry bag

Post by gallowglas » Sat Dec 29, 2012 7:34 pm

I have a Blackhawk bag with stuff I need. Either it is tossed into a bookbag or my other carrying stuff. Or tossed in the back of the car. Between that and my multitool I can pretty much handle everything small coming around.

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The only thing I think I need is some better screwdrivers.
gerber artifact mini tool
small pry bar
glasses fixing size screwdrivers (on the key chain)
magnifying glass
tide pen
bandaids
superglue
WD 40 pen
small pen knife.
small hemostat
small scissors
forceps
compass
small led flashlight
sewing kit
pens and notepad.

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Re: Everyday carry bag

Post by gallowglas » Sat Dec 29, 2012 7:38 pm


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Re: Everyday carry bag

Post by MrPredictable » Sun Dec 30, 2012 12:59 am

Link is still not working.

I've had the same idea in mind for a while. I find myself having many different stores of the same survival gear. A smallish bag containing essential items would be beneficial.

I've been looking for something like a small 5.11 range bag, how do you like the blackhawk?

Items on my list are

-lighter
-waterproof container with matches
-fire starter
-flint
-fixed blade
-emergency rations
-filtered water bottle
-emergency shelter
-flashlight
-small ham radio
-compass

Guess my idea is more of a BOB:essentials kit for me to move common items between hiking, BOB, boat, car etc.
Green wire FTW

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Re: Everyday carry bag

Post by gallowglas » Sun Dec 30, 2012 7:00 am

I like the Blackhawk for what I use it for. If you are more survival minded, you might check out the Maxpedition versions. You can check out of lot of reviews on youtube. They have more loops and space. I bought one for my brother who is assembling his kit. He and I no longer work at the same school so he can no longer hit me up for the tools for minor repair.

I forgot to credit Stormdrane http://stormdrane.blogspot.com/2011/08/ ... carry.html with starting me on this.

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