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My Everyday Carry

Everyday Carry

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Ruger SR9c
10R Magazine
CRKT M16-13z
Nebo Edge - I know your take on buy cheap buy twice, but the technology is changing fast with batteries and lighting that I replace my lights often. 
Parker Jotter Pen- Same pen has been In my pocket most days since my first day of college in 1993. Amazed I have never lost it. 
Key Chain-Leatherman Squirt p4,Kingston 16gb thumb/micro sd,Home and Car 
Wallet- ID, Money, CC card, Biz Cards and Pictures of the Wife and kids
DroidX- Rooted
Tag Heuer Carrera Stainless
Paracord Bracelet- If I am in a suit I usually drop it in my coat pocket
Wedding Band

Editor’s Note: re: replacing lights often — it’s not necessarily the technology that I’m concerned about when I warn of buying cheap, but more of the reliability. All gear, regardless of price can be susceptible to failure or getting lost, etc. Buying higher end gear usually lessens that risk, and in the event that it does, there’s usually a good warranty and a reputable company behind it. The light I EDC now was the first mass produced light to use the CREE XP-G R5, and although some companies are just catching up to this technology, there are brighter lights available. For EDC, though, there’s only a certain amount of light you need, so because my light still works I have no real urge to upgrade it, especially since it performs so well. With that said, keep working with what you got if you feel it fits your needs. The great thing about EDC is the diversity, as no two people have the exact same daily needs. Keep it up and thanks for sharing!

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