Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent


EDC Carry Webstore

You shouldn’t wait for an emergency to start grabbing things to help you survive. There are some things that you should carry every day. This set of things is called your Every Day Carry kit or EDC.

If you’d like to see what I carry as part of my EDC, check out What should you have in your EDC gear?

 

I’ve selected some EDC gear for you below but I’d suggest just using these as a place to start. Each person’s EDC equipment is always going to be different, based on what you have available and what situations you may find yourself in. Happy hunting!

BTW, if you’re on a phone, you may want to use this direct link instead.

These are free while they last

Find everyday carry gear for your prepper planning. Flashlights, knives, fire starting equipment, water filtration, tools, everything you’d need to come up with and complete your EDC kit list.
Graywolf Survival's EDC kit

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I am a former federal agent and military veteran who has deployed to combat theaters in Africa, Iraq and Afghanistan and have almost three decades of military and military contracting experience.

My goal is to help families to understand how to intelligently protect their family and their way of life against real threats, without all the end-of-the-world doomsday crap.

Comments

  1. Tom Davy says:

    I am a retiring Navy Commander who lives in DC & works for Uncle. Carrynig a weapon is just not allowed here (unless you are a criminal). I also need to wear a suit to work, so a rigger belt with pouches does not work.
    My EDC consists of: wallet, Blackberry, key chain with sm flashlight, 1 day of meds, P-51, and swiss tool. I keep a flashlight-whistle in my pants pocket and a blade-less Leatherman mini in my BB pouch. And while I almost never need it, my POMI challenge coin.

    • graywolfsurvival says:

      Yeah, I hate when I have to go to DC. My buddy got popped for carrying in his vehicle last time we were out there. Luckily he got the charges dropped or it could have affected his career.

      Gotta have the challenge coin if you don’t wanna pick up the tab.

  2. If you don’t mind me asking, are you police/MP now? Not sure why you carry a handcuff key unless I am incorrect and that is something else.
    Thanks for your posts. I enjoy reading them.

    • graywolfsurvival says:

      I’m in the maricopa county sheriff’s office special forces posse.

      Thanks Bryan. I enjoy writing them.

      • Maricopa County Sheriff…would have liked this store much better had you not said that.

        • I just helped them out for a bit. I haven’t done it for a while now. I don’t see anything wrong with helping to find people lost in the desert or with communicating during a disaster though.

  3. Where did you get the various zipper bags that contains each component of your bugoutbag?

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