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Editor’s Note: Nice, cool carry here… Doesn’t look overly tactical but still boasts all-around everyday utility. I like the RRT for its battery versatility, making it a good light to EDC anywhere. The Zebra is a classic — durable, carries well and writes decently, and I like that you have a Moleskine with it. That’s a sensible system. The Drifter and kubotan I haven’t seen much of, but from what I remember the Drifter is still a good, affordable user. The Kubotan is an interesting ‘keychain’ so to speak but aside from the obvious I suppose it also serves to improve retrievability of such a small key! Nice cordage work you have going on too for the same reason, it brings you carry together too.
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