Making An Every Day Carry (EDC) Survival Kitsmallbag

Always your kit is always a work in progress. 🙂

my edc

How about a small EDC (every day carry) pocket pouch sized bag, containing just the bare essentials that will be most useful to you in a survival situation. Personally I think this is a great idea, you’ll be surprised what you can fit in a pocket pouch bag and how useful it can be. Yes it’s not your beloved bug-out-bag, but it the little pocket pouch has one HUGE benefit of the bug-out-bag, you’ll always have it with you!


  1. Contractor yard bag
  2. 5 self-adhesive bandages
  3. 4 self-adhesive butterfly bandages
  4. Moleskin
  5. Index cards
  6. Cotton balls (inside the Altoids tin)
  7. Ibuprofen (inside the Altoids tin)
  8. Altoids Mini Tin
  9. Duct tape
  10. Waterproof matches
  11. Iodine tablets
  12. Iodine tablet neutralizer
  13. P-38 can opener
  14. Whistle
  15. Aluminum foil
  16. Sterile surgical blade
  17. Safety pins
  18. Snare wire
  19. Pen
  20. Emergency Thermal blanket
  21. Mag Lite Solitaire flashlight
  22. Swiss Army knife
  23. 10′ of paracord
  24. Firesteel
  25. Small fish hooks
  26. Split-shot fishing sinkers
  27. 50 feet of fishing line
  28. Rubber band (around the plastic bag)
  29. Resealable plastic bag
  30. Bandana
  31. Maxpedition EDC Pocket Organizer
  32. Resealable dry pouch

6 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Sonia Munson on May 7, 2013 at 9:01 am

    I can see that it is a work in progress and personalized also.


  2. Posted by J. Keith Brown on May 7, 2013 at 9:33 am

    Umm…steel ‘n flint fire-starter…or even a Bic lighter?


  3. Posted by Nancy Catanzaro on May 7, 2013 at 10:03 am

    how about neosporin or methiolate/iodine/mecure


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