My new video about every day carry (YouTube)

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My new video about every day carry (YouTube)

Postby CaptKirk » Sun Jan 24, 2016 8:33 pm



My first video. It shows the basic EDC I use every day and hopefully yall can get some sort of info out of it. Thanks!
Hopefully this is allowed, if not please feel free to let me know and I will delete this post.


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Re: My new video about every day carry (YouTube)

Postby Richbirdhunter » Sun Jan 24, 2016 8:40 pm

Good video
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Re: My new video about every day carry (YouTube)

Postby CaptKirk » Sun Jan 24, 2016 8:42 pm

Richbirdhunter wrote:Good video


Thanks buddy! I'll be making more in the future so anybody who wants to subscribe for more make sure to click that button to stay updated!


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Postby Taypo » Sun Jan 24, 2016 8:44 pm

Good stuff, man

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Postby Jusme » Sun Jan 24, 2016 8:46 pm

Great post for minimalist like myself. I almost went to check to see if my Leatherman super tool 200 was missing when I saw yours on the the table. My EDC is very similar but I carry a Buck vantage knife.like me your EDC won't take you through 72 hours in the wilderness but will get you home or out of a tight spot. I'm constantly surprised by how often I have to loan someone one or more of the items that I would never leave home without.
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Re: My new video about every day carry (YouTube)

Postby CaptKirk » Sun Jan 24, 2016 8:49 pm

Jusme wrote:Great post for minimalist like myself. I almost went to check to see if my Leatherman super tool 200 was missing when I saw yours on the the table. My EDC is very similar but I carry a Buck vantage knife.like me your EDC won't take you through 72 hours in the wilderness but will get you home or out of a tight spot. I'm constantly surprised by how often I have to loan someone one or more of the items that I would never leave home without.


Exactly. There have been so many people on youtube that post videos with a 1000+ dollar loadout for EDC when the most "operating" they do is drinking starbucks.

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Re: My new video about every day carry (YouTube)

Postby Breny414 » Sun Jan 24, 2016 8:50 pm

Excellent! You have a good drawl going there, too. Not un pleasing to listen to.

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Re: My new video about every day carry (YouTube)

Postby CaptKirk » Sun Jan 24, 2016 8:54 pm

Breny414 wrote:Excellent! You have a good drawl going there, too. Not un pleasing to listen to.


Thanks! Ill be making more videos as time goes by. Ill probably end up making 1 or two per week depending on how much content I can think of.


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Re: My new video about every day carry (YouTube)

Postby Smokey » Sun Jan 24, 2016 8:57 pm

Nice! I like the cheapskate approach. I do want to get a small light like that.

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Re: My new video about every day carry (YouTube)

Postby WTR » Sun Jan 24, 2016 8:59 pm

Only part I disagree with is the pen. I carry a steel barreled pen by zebra. They tend to penetrate better.

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Re: My new video about every day carry (YouTube)

Postby CaptKirk » Sun Jan 24, 2016 9:08 pm

WTR wrote:Only part I disagree with is the pen. I carry a steel barreled pen by zebra. They tend to penetrate better.


The reason I like the inkjoy is because I can write much better cursive (which is my main form of writing).


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Re: My new video about every day carry (YouTube)

Postby WTR » Sun Jan 24, 2016 9:25 pm

CaptKirk wrote:
WTR wrote:Only part I disagree with is the pen. I carry a steel barreled pen by zebra. They tend to penetrate better.


The reason I like the inkjoy is because I can write much better cursive (which is my main form of writing).



Writing is the secondary reason I carry a pen. It also makes a lethal weapon and the airlines allow them. Zebra does make a roller ball or jell tip that writes nicely.. I applaud you if you are proficient in cursive......lost art.

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Re: My new video about every day carry (YouTube)

Postby CaptKirk » Sun Jan 24, 2016 9:46 pm

WTR wrote:
CaptKirk wrote:
WTR wrote:Only part I disagree with is the pen. I carry a steel barreled pen by zebra. They tend to penetrate better.


The reason I like the inkjoy is because I can write much better cursive (which is my main form of writing).



Writing is the secondary reason I carry a pen. It also makes a lethal weapon and the airlines allow them. Zebra does make a roller ball or jell tip that writes nicely.. I applaud you if you are proficient in cursive......lost art.


My 86 year old grandmother taught me when I was younger. The schools don't even try anymore. It's a shame. Notes are much faster and it looks much better than print when done nicely
On a side note I have never flown so I didn't think about that. That's a pretty good reason!

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Postby Vol Texan » Sun Jan 24, 2016 11:17 pm

CaptKirk wrote:
WTR wrote:
I applaud you if you are proficient in cursive......lost art.


My 86 year old grandmother taught me when I was younger. The schools don't even try anymore. It's a shame. Notes are much faster and it looks much better than print when done nicely
On a side note I have never flown so I didn't think about that. That's a pretty good reason!


Believe it or not, cursive is the only writing that they're teaching my daughter in 2nd grade. Even though I don't use it myself, I'm glad to see them doing it at her school.
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Re: My new video about every day carry (YouTube)

Postby The Annoyed Man » Sun Jan 24, 2016 11:17 pm

  • On my person:
    • Gun. 80% of the time, a G17. 20% of the time, a G43.
    • 1 spare magazine for either gun.
    • Noyfe. Most of the time, a Kershaw Ken Onion designed Tanto Blur. I have other smaller noyfe's for when the situation demands it, and a couple of bigger ones too. But most of the time, it's the Tanto Blue.
    • Light. A Fenix PD35.
  • In my EDC bag:
    • Multi-tool. A Leatherman MUT.
    • Two 20 oz bottles of hydration....usually Sobe Water.
    • A bag of beef jerky....Dan's Smokehouse Jerky - the best on the planet.
    • A backup pair of reading glasses.
    • iPad
    • Pen and Journal.
    • Either a small pair of cheap binoculars, or a Vortex 15X Recon R/T monocular.... depending on circumstances.
    • First aid kit.
    • Spare magazines for whatever gun I'm carrying, IF I think it necessary.
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