Justin Morton
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What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Buffalo Bill Sep 16, 2013. 28 Replies

Hey everybody, I am new to the site and I was sitting thinking about what a man should carry on a day to day basis. Here are some essential things I carry every day and I wanted to know what you all…Continue

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Justin Morton replied to Ian Brett Cooper's discussion When did cars lose their sense of manliness?
"I don't believe cars have every lost their manliness. Honestly, I think the public appeal has simply shifted to motorcycles and bikes, however, I do think working on cars is completely manly. There are a lot of men who don't know how to…"
Nov 4, 2013
Buffalo Bill replied to Justin Morton's discussion What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)
"That's a pretty decent list.  As others have said, be sure to check out the Everyday Carry group.  We can always use some fresh blood over there. As far as the fundamental list goes, here's mine: 1. Wallet - cash, ID, etc. 2.…"
Sep 16, 2013
Ben G. replied to Justin Morton's discussion What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)
"1. Pocket Knife (SOG Spec Elite is my personal favorite of the many I own)   2. Wallet (debit/credit card, DL, FOID card, Military ID, occasionally cash)   3. Keys (house, car, work safe key)   4. iPhone (this is not a necessity, but…"
Sep 16, 2013
Ben G. replied to Justin Morton's discussion What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)
"Just curious here, what do you have against a handgun?"
Sep 16, 2013
Conrad Kaiser replied to Justin Morton's discussion What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)
"1) Flashlight and one set spare batteries.  I carry a Surefire Fury with dual output, 120 lumens and 500 lumens on full setting 2) Wallet with cash, cards, ID and pertinent contact cards should you get in a bind (Lawyer, that one friend to…"
Sep 16, 2013
Lee Ninde replied to Justin Morton's discussion What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)
"wallet - homemade from tyvek (fedex envelope) and leather, thin and works well, about $50 cash (that my kids use up about every 3 weeks), credit/bank cards, id - I keep the library card number on the cell phone - they accept it cell phone - (apps:…"
Sep 15, 2013
Claude replied to Justin Morton's discussion What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)
"obvious troll is obvious. "
Sep 6, 2013
Christopher replied to Justin Morton's discussion What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)
"Your list seems overly, and purposefully, complex. Here's what I carry: *Watch *Card holder that holds DL, 1x Credit Card, 1x Debit Card, and $53 exactly. * Opinel no.6 * Zippo * Parker Pen * Leather Key Fob that has  car key, and one…"
Sep 4, 2013
David F. replied to Justin Morton's discussion What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)
"Perhaps he wishes to use the handgun?   Flashing a wad of an apparent money clip of $2,000 makes sense in terms of fishing for conflict. Would that could be premeditated murder OR standing one's ground as long as you shoot the person and…"
Sep 4, 2013
Kramii replied to Justin Morton's discussion What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)
"Am I the only one that finds that his phone is trying to take the place of many of the things I used to carry? In principle, I need no longer carry: a USB key my keychain flashlight my watch most of the cards in my wallet pen and notepad walkman I…"
Sep 4, 2013
Rob replied to Justin Morton's discussion What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)
"I carry an all-in-one tool set and a good knife. The tool set comes in handy for not looking helpless when something needs to be fixed on short notice. The knife comes in handy in a variety of situations. I'm a dad, plus when I am out at my…"
Sep 4, 2013
Neill replied to Justin Morton's discussion What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)
"Agree. +1"
Sep 3, 2013
Neill replied to Justin Morton's discussion What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)
"Wow... that list is a little full on... Wallet- less than 50, Credit Card, Debit Card, Medicare and Private health cards. thats about it. some coins for church or charity. phone- phone, note taker etc.... keys- house, car, scouts and usb key"
Sep 3, 2013
Liam replied to Justin Morton's discussion What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)
"I think the logical answer to 'What should every man carry on a daily basis?' Is exactly what he needs. And every man should be competent enough in his own life to be able to figure out what that is. I'm not a big fan of this tick…"
Sep 3, 2013
Carl Monster replied to Justin Morton's discussion What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)
"Wallet with basics.  Cash as deemed necessary to the situation; rarely over $50. I'll often go weeks without having to open my wallet for cash. Car and house keys. Phone, but not always. No watch. Unless I am at work, volunteering or have…"
Sep 3, 2013
Laurence Hunt replied to Justin Morton's discussion What should every man carry on a daily basis? (A Manly E.D.C.)
"I think the list is a little overdone, but to each his own. personally, my own is a little more streamlined. 1. Wallet (contains cash, cards and license). 2. Pocketknife-Case SodBuster Jr. 3. Handgun-Ruger SP101 in .357 magnum 4. Cell phone…"
Sep 3, 2013

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