EDC, Every Day Carry. Essential items you need to deal with normal everyday life and possible emergency situations.
But EDC is also an attitude to life, always being prepared. Being self-reliant. Just like the Boy Scouts.
The emphasis on every day carry items is dealing with daily challenges while also being prepared for personal protection, survival and personal injury. Continue reading “Every Day Carry – EDC – AKA Small Toys for Big Boys”
Keychain flashlights torches are getting smaller and lighter. Gone are the days filament bulbs and Ever Ready Lantern Batteries.
With LEDs as the light source and vastly improved battery technologies, miniature flashlights can light up an area quite nicely, thank you.
And what a wide selection available. So here my top 7 picks for my ‘Every Day Carry Pouch’.
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If you’re going to survive, for sure you will need to know basic first aid.
Get to know the following basic first aid techniques and for sure carry a well stocked first aid kit in your bug out bag and an even bigger first aid box in your car with backup first aid supplies in your store room
Remember to wear surgical gloves when treating open wounds, OK.
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TACT Bivvy Emergency Sleeping Bag from Survival Frog must be the lightest emergency sleeping bag on the market today.
When rolled up it slips into its own carry bag that can fit into the palm of your hand and weighs just an incredible 6.2 ounces. Which means it doesn’t take up much room in your bugout bag, vehicle glove box, or even your kitchen drawer.
When unrolled it is three feet wide and a full seven foot in length. Long enough for most people to snuggle up inside and wrap it around their shoulders and even covering their heads providing protection for the whole body against the most extreme weather conditions.
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Harrington Jackets are quintessential of all casual jackets. Originally manufactured by Baracuta of Manchester England way back in 1937 and officially called the Baracuta G9.
The Baracuta G9 has built a solid following being worn by James Dean, Elvis Presley, Steve McQueen, Frank Sinatra and even James Bond, Daniel Craig.
The Baracuta G9 is affectionally called the “Harrington Jacket” from a character in the 1960’s soap opera Peyton Place, namely Rodney Harrington.
The Harrington Jacket become popular in the UK among the Mods and Skinheads of the 1960’s often worn with Fred Perry or Ben Sherman shirts.
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