submitted by PeterK
I really enjoy reading your blog for a while. It is time for my first contribution. Today i would like to send you my “non-Business” EDC (when I don’t meet clients or on weekends). There is some knife rotation of course. For this picture I have chosen to include a “heavy duty user”.
Editor’s Note: Hi Peter, I’m glad you enjoy the site. I like that your carry includes some high quality gear that might be less familiar to some. The ZT, SureFire, Luminox and TAD are all rugged pieces of gear and are very coherent together in this carry. I’m actually kind of jealous of your Ti folding spork (and I’m not sure why!). You did a good job with that DIY pen loop too. It looks simple enough, something like duct tape right? That could also serve as a way to carry some extra duct tape if you’re in a pinch, I would imagine. Lastly, I’ve always wondered how well a micro prybar would work, given its size… but I suppose in your carry it also works as a way to carry some cordage or perhaps as a high-visibility keychain option as well. Thanks for sharing!
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