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What do ya carry everyday.

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by dispatch 510, Jan 1, 2008.

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  1. dispatch 510

    dispatch 510 Member

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    Me I have a Case canoe,in front right pocket,Gerber shortcut in left front pocket,original leatherman on belt. Im looking for a small fixed blade for EDC if anybody has any suggestions. Thanks for reading.
     
  2. 8830

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  3. Zeke/PA

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    I switch off often:
    Schrade LB5 Smokey, Case 161 Trappper, Case Barehead Trapper,Case small Sodbuster, Case large Sodbuster, Old Timer 770t Muskrat.
    Zeke
     
  4. dispatch 510

    dispatch 510 Member

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    8830 I have been looking hard at the rat-3. Thanks for the link, That is as cheap as I have found them. I am really trying to make my mind up about staying traditional.
     
  5. plumberroy

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    Victorinox tinker in pocket buck 110 on belt plus a small light and matches or bic
    Roy
     
  6. Loyalist Dave

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    Smith & Wesson HRT and a Victorinox Swiss Army Tool Atlas model. I'm told a Swiss Army Knife becomes a Swill Army Tool if the blade has a locking mechanism.

    LD
     
  7. Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow

    Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow member

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    ALWAYS:
    Knife:
    Kershaw Leek S30V/G10, or
    Kershaw Leek 440A/Aluminum, or
    Kershaw Avalanche S30V/G10, or
    Kershaw SpecBump S30V/G10, or
    Gerber Applegate-Fairbairn 2-edged folder
    (Usually the Avalanche)
    Multi-tool:
    -Leather P4 Squirt, on keychain
    Keychain Light
    -none at present - I have had 2 Coasts and 1 Streamlight break, so a Fenix L0D is on order
    Phone & PDA:
    Treo 600 (will soon be a Blackberry 8800)

    USUALLY:
    Compass/Altimeter/Barometer/Thermometer/Atomic Timekeeper:
    -Casio Pathfinder PAW 1100T-7V
    Pistol:
    -Kahr MK9, or
    -CZ 75 Compact "PCR", or
    -Sig GSR Revolution compact
    (usually the MK9)

    SOMETIMES:
    Neck Knife:
    -SigTac Pit Bull
    Belt or Pocket Light:
    -Fenix L2T
    Large Multi-Tool:
    Gerber Legend 800
    Boot Knife:
    -A.G. Russell / CRKT "Sting", or
    -Benchmade 140 "Nimravus" M2HS
    Belt Fixed-Blade Knife (if hunting):
    -any one of about 10, plus a bunch of other stuff for hunting
     
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  8. Rexster

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    I carry a Tarani Masters Model Karambit folder and a Strider AR folder daily. The Strider may seem big, but there was a time I was glad I had such a large folder, and I feel unprepared with little blades now. No, the incident was not weapon-related, but was an emergency in which there was no time to go hunt for a pry bar, and I very nearly used the AR as a prying tool. As I was about to start prying the windshield from its bedding, rescuers working from the other side got the jammed car door open. My friend, who was a co-worker, could not be saved, due to internal injuries, but the experience taught me to carry a stout knife every day.
     
  9. tblt

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    38 snubnose

    38 taurus model 85 with the hammer ground off.
    I would buy a hammerless S & W if I had it to do over.
     
  10. Smith

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    A Kershaw Leek, a CRKT M16-10KZ, my trusty Utili-key, and occasionally a few others. Unfortunately, in my area I can't carry a fixed blade.
     
  11. brent376

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    S&W Model 642 Snub Nose .38 with Speer Gold Dot Short Barrel in Galco inside the waist holster.

    SureFire E2D Flashlight

    Sabre Advanced 3 in 1 OC/CSTear Gas Key Chain

    Bianchi Speed Strip with 6 extra Gold Dot Short Barrel
     
  12. gb6491

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  13. alwilliam

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    Here are some items I mix up and carry...and NO NOT ALL at 1 time....:)

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  14. Dr. Tad Hussein Winslow

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    That's quite a toolbag, Al. :what: :what: Love the firecrackers... :p

    Also like your (arguably) AOW Seecamp - I needs me one of those. :)

    What are the plastic doohickeys, two of which have cord around them? :scrutiny: Heck, could you just go ahead and identify every item in every picture for us? You're the worst nightmare of metal detector security guards. :)
     
  15. alwilliam

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    I have used flashlights and firecrackers or devices related to firecrackers so many times in my life it crazy.I always carry a noise/distraction type device or 3 .Full size FB are just to darn big.

    I have used them in many ways a few examples have been...to avoid a fight,saved a few persons lives and still remained in the shadows,to raise hell so another agency could help me and not expose myself,to simulate gunfire,to avoid a animal attack,etc....thats to much info ..:uhoh::uhoh:

    Most of my crazy devices are not in public pics..I dont post all my tricks in pics...:D

    A light and a noise device has saved my ass so many times...far more than a gun and way beyond a knife.


    Plactic doohickey ??? what item ???
     
  16. gt3944

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    My usual, Pt1911 and my SW knife...
     
  17. TabulaRasa

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    I like my Gerber Mini Covert. 2.8" blade is legal to carry where I'm at. It sees alot of use opening letters and cutting the plastic bands on those green Boise-Cascade ream boxes of printer paper. It's almost as useful as my Thinkpad laptop. The other two make alot more noise and I hope I never have to use them.

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  18. 357wheelgunner

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    Holy crap it's Gecko45!

    "Agency" and "saving lives" it all points to the Mall Ninja!!!!

    edited to add:

    Just making sure all know I'm joking :neener:

    I'd love to add half those knives to my collection, I'd just never admit to actually carrying them :uhoh:
     
  19. possum

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    non firearm wise, is a cold steel recon 1 tanto folder
     
  20. tblt

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    I would not trust a Kel-tec on my life
     
  21. alwilliam

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    :neener:

    I can give one excellent excample of a sound device saveing a persons health and maybe life.

    Years ago I was watching a house for reasons that need not be said ...The house next to the house I was in was a "crack type party house" it was NOT the watched house.

    One night a rageing party was on and as I was looking out a small open window that was well hidden,I saw 2 persons 1 male 1 female start to fight badly in the front yard about 10-12 yards away from my location.

    The police will rarely show up for this area was very bad and the police are rarely called anyway. I could NOT let my self be exposed but I also could not let this guy kill this female.

    I decided to take a risk and to launch a " german 15mm birdbomb" with upgraded explosive added for better effect. I was able to launch the 15mm with a .22cal blank just about perfect for a air burst about 6 feet over their heads.The concussion was great and the fighters stopped were stunned a second and the female ran away as the male was still recovering...the party all came out and the mystery never was solved..they all thought the DV guy fired a gun at his girl.
     
  22. Macmac

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    alwilliam, What in blue blazes is that headless doll thing!???? Maybe I shouldn't be laffin' but I have no clue what that is... I can't say I know what other things are either like that sort of cross looking thing..

    I carry a swiss knife in my left jeans pocket all the time, a NAA mini conversion in my right jeans pocket all the time, and if I go out I add a Kimber CD Pro II.

    When I need a real blade I get one of many to select from, mainly fixed blades.
     
  23. Cosmoline

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    I think Alwilliam is pulling our legs. Either way, those items could form the basis of a Quentin Tarantino movie! It's a mix of lethal weapons and things you find at the bottom of really interesting cereal boxes. And I am also wondering about the lady thing with the electric teats.

    I carry puukko.

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  24. 357wheelgunner

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    Is that black plastic handle thing, with the chord wrapped around it, in the first picture a garrote?
     
  25. jparham

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    Hey- I think I know you from blade forums
    You a double nought spy, or sumptin'?
    I think you're real, and I value my life so I won't ask questions.
    Hi from Jim Preston. What's that flaming trident on the revolver
     
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