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  • Oscar Wilde
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    Originally posted by Oatmealer View Post
    .... Also re-laced my Timberland waterproof light-weight hiking boots with black 550 cord.
    I don't believe it .... lets see em'.

    O.W.

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  • Oatmealer
    started a topic Everyday Carry Items

    Everyday Carry Items

    Thought maybe I could give some examples and ideas about what you could carry everyday that is light weight, yet functional. I would love to hear everyone's ideas also!

    My everyday carry items. Leatherman Charge TTi with S30V steel blade + bit kit containing 8 double sided bits and utility knife blade taped to the back, Smiths Carbide/Ceramic knife sharpener, diamond coated sharpener for blades and hooks, magnesium fire starter, 4" x 3/8" flint, aluminum striker, cut down carpenters pencil, 6' roll of duct tape, 5' of 550 cord, small glow stick, Wetfire tinder, sewing needle, small safety pin, large safety pin, ITP A3 EOS waterproof LED flashlight 10/50/80 lumen, spare lithium Energizer AAA battery wrapped in 5' duct tape. Zippo. Approx 20ft 7 strand 550lb paracord in 2 cobra weave bracelets, military style Citizen Eco-Drive watch that is powered by artificial and natural light so there is no need for new batteries. It is water resistant down to 100 meters. 20 minutes of direct sunlight will charge it enough to be operating and accurate for a full 6 months in total darkness. The hands and numbers are luminescent. It is still bright enough to read after a full nights sleep in complete darkness. Also re-laced my Timberland waterproof light-weight hiking boots with black 550 cord.
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    Last edited by Oatmealer; 04-09-2011, 09:55 PM. Reason: Forgot something
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