EDC Dump

EDC Dump

I was asked to show what I carry in my EDC through this “EDC Dump” post.  I will break down the contents of my EDC bag , my mini organizer, my kits and my Pocket dump.  Ultimately your EDC is made up of everything you carry on you on a daily basis to be used in the case of any emergency.

My Pocket Dump

What you carry on your person is truly your first line of protection in a survival or emergency situation.  I always make sure to have a few basics on my person at all times, in case I am not near my bag or automobile, this is my pocket dump.

  1. 40 cal Smith and Wesson Shield
  2. 2 Back up Mags, one in my pocket and one in a Snagmag (21 rounds total)
  3. A folding pocket knife (Gerber or Benchmade)
  4. A bandanna
  5. Mini Survival Card (In my wallet)
  6. Tactical Pen
  7. Cash: ($100 in small bills)
  8. Small Flint in my wallet as a fire starter
  9. A couple water Purification pills
  10. Gerber Mini tool on my key chain
  11. Paracord Bracelet
  12. Casio Pro Trek Watch
  13. Cell Phone with protected Document features through Apps ( Future post coming)

Outlaw Sling Bag Dump- EDC Bag Of Choice

EDC Dump

Contents Of EDC Dump

  1. Lifestraw
  2. mini-organizer by Maxpedition Fatty (See Content List Below)
  3. Sol Survival kit– (See Item List Below)
  4. Ham Radio
  5. 100 feet Paracord
  6. Paracord Spool Tool
  7. Lighter
  8. Note Book
  9. Mechanics Gloves
  10. Back up Power source
  11. Body Glide
  12. Phone Charger
  13. Computer Charger
  14. Mac Laptop
  15. Yellow Note Pad and files for work
  16. SOL Emergency Blanket
  17. Pepper spray
  18. Survivor Thumb Drive
  19. Mini Crow Bar
  20. Leather Man Multi tool
  21. Condor Shemagh
  22. Outlaw Sling Bag by 3V Gear

SOL Survival Kit List-

sol kit

 

1 – Sewing Needle, #7, Darner

Survival Instructions

1 – 62 Lifesaving Tools & Techniques

Survival Tools

  • Aluminum Foil, Heavy Duty, 3 Sq. Ft.
  • Combination Knife, LED Light & Whistle
  • Compass, Button, Liquid Filled
  • Fire Lite™ Fire Striker
  • 4 – Fish Hook, #10
  • Fishing Line
  • Safety Wire, Stainless Steel, (6 ft of 0.020″)
  • Signal Mirror, Rescue Flash™
  • 2 – Snap Swivel, Size 12
  • 2 – Split Shot, Tin B
  • Tinder Quick™

Maxpedition Min-Organizer List

  1. Water proof matches
  2. Benchmade Folding knife
  3. mini zip ties
  4. Water Purification Tablets
  5. Radiation Tablets
  6. Mini First aid kit
  7. Spork
  8. Alka-seltzer
  9. Fisher Space Pen
  10. Ducktape
  11. Flint and Steel
  12. Survival Whistle
  13. Leatherman Mini Multi Tool
  14. Mini screwdriver set
  15. Headlamp
  16. Extra AA Batteries
  17. Sani Alcohol wipes
  18. Bandana
  19. N95 Mask x 2
  20. Rain Proof Notebook
  21. Gum
  22. Ant- Diarrhea Pills
  23.  Small Wrapped Tissue paper
  24. Small Zip Lock Bags
  25. Back up house keys

Final Thoughts

I think it’s safe to say that it’s amazing how much useful gear a person can carry with relative ease.  My 3v Gear Outlaw Sling holds everything in place and is incredibly comfortable to carry.  Between my bag and my pockets I have enough gear to get home safely.  It is important that you don’t just collect gear, you need to also practice with it as often as possible.

Training is preparing!

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