19tool86: always good to be ready, just in case.
RichardTonythe5th: You dont carry this every day do you? This is a real nice BOB, but way too
much for something to carry with you every day everywhere you go. But, if
youve got the back to hump it, then more power to you. Nice contents
smoke360ful: hey great vid, where can i get one of those hagee wraps?
mintyvision: good kit with lots of variety, but lots of military stuff in subdued colors
that might make you hard to find in the event of a natural disaster. might
i suggest some high visibility kit, perhaps a hi-viz vest or some solas
tape, maybe even some flares. thanks for the vid and i hope you never have
to put your emergency kit to use.
SoCals Preps: @starlordish Right on, thanks for watching man!
MyFlyingWalrus: dude what camera you using???????????????? its likE amazing! haha also thx
for the guitiar string idea
smoke360ful: @SoCalPreppers thanks bro
SoundMaster310: what type of medical pouch is that ??
pointman6382: Love the guitar string idea!!! Thanks brother
Steve Williams: That's a very well stocked kit. Nice job.
survivaleveryday: I have a sign on my door that " solicitors will be shot on sight", at first
I thought it was the UPS man, cause you are so lucky and win the contests
:) Nice review of your bag. Just never know what will come done the pike.
Mr Meoff: that sure looks more like a vehicle bag not everyday carry bag
wvd1979: Very nice setup you have there. I like how you have focused on hydration
and maintaining body temperature, which are critical in Southern CA.
SoCals Preps: @smoke360ful shemagh (aka Hadji Wrap)
KiloSierraAlpha: Very nice EDC bag! PS: Are you allowed to carry a gun in a bag in Cali?
MarkACurtis: @SoCalPreppers thank you. =]
MNsurvivor: What bag are you using as your medical kit there?
Krolus2009: I would include a few more pairs of surgical gloves, you can never have too
many and they come in handy for keeping your hands oil and grease free if
you get a flat or bust a hose. Your only carrying 2 L of water and no soap
so keeping your hands clean is a must, hand sanitiser is ok but it doesnt
remove heavy soiling such as blood or grease. Small tarp you have some
ponchos I see but a small tarp is very handy. 55 gallon drum liner /
construction grade plastic bag LOTS of uses Crowbar
SoCals Preps: amazon. AlockSack
Juice56107: Rolex Submariner 116618
Clown Prince: When he says everyday carry, I'm sure he means he keeps it in his vehicle
so that when something does happen, he won't NOT have it.
smoke360ful: @SoCalPreppers hey do you know how to spell that wrap? cuz i sure as hell
SoCals Preps: I @ascorpio09 I got it at a gun show... I think its a condor or
something... the contents didn't come with it...
9o3: I busted out some googlefu and found out that the first aid pouch is
Condor's MA54: T&T Pouch.
moist faucet: all you need is just a Pipboy, LOL......
1postalpredator: your bag looks very good i think tp is the only item needed thanks for the
MrGRINandBEARit: another good addition to the gear could be a window punch could be really
handy if you had to smash a car window to escape, anyway great vid as
gunnwild1: Thats a whole lot of stuff you carry, but I can see the use of all of it.
SoCals Preps: we have to carry weapons such as hand guns in a locked container. so its
not as easy to whip it out if you should need it.
SoCals Preps: @SultanOfShinola LOL Will do! thanks brother man!
BronsonHammers: Damn, dude. My edc is the size of your med kit
starlordish: thanks for info bro.
LTFJC: Not sure if I missed it but have you ever considered some toilet paper in
SocomElite187: Very nice set up. Can never be over prepared. Its nice to have some comfort
in your car.
FuwaForestFilmsHD: Wow, a lot of EDC equipment!
SoCals Preps: @MyFlyingWalrus panasonic SD60 HD or something like that....
Saddle Trail: Great video, a lot of stuff that you can use. My EDC is my purse and I am
fully covered!! Keep up the great videos!
SoCals Preps: @Krolus2009 very good pieces of advice, thanks for watchin
SateDogTCF: I live in So-Cal as well, I keep a bug/get home bag in my vehicle as
well...however, I do have some concerns about my knife carry...I leave a 3"
foldable Buck & Gerber multi-tool in it at all times, also I like to carry
on my person, Kershaws(3 different) but longer than 3" blades...I have
Googled California knife laws, & it can get a bit confusing. I do
understand for fixed blades, they have to be in a sheath, on belt, not
concealed (shirt tucked in, probably not hidden by a long jacket) but
XsymphonyofbulletsX: where did you get the radio thing at 07:43
SultanOfShinola: I've seen that bag before.... Give Mrs. SoCal a big "merr" from me! Really
cranking out the vids today! Love the gear vids you do. I can't do them
very well to save my life!
usfreedom22: Great Stuff, thanks for sharing
SoCals Preps: @MrGRINandBEARit tahanks for the idea and that brings to mind the butt end
of that LMF gerber... has a sharp pointed end on it, would be perfect for
the task! thanks for watchin
EdQ76: nice kit, but a bit overkill for everyday carry. This is something I would
keep in my closet in case I would have to bug out due to Hurricane,
Tornado, Earthquake etc. but NOT to carry every day...but to each their
9o3: Nice condor pouch socalprepper! I was wondering where you got those bags
you use for your pills, dust masks, and wipes/ointments?
MarkACurtis: where did u get that first aid kit bag at? i really like it
savgal1211: I added various sutures and a Skin Stapler and extractor to my Get Home Car
kit,a nd an extra 50 rounds!! Also, got an awesome Tactical flashlight, 200
Lumens and a strobe! 100 bucks, but great for a car kit!! Don't forget
RESCUE TAPE< will fix anything even hoses and O rings!!
SoCals Preps: @smoke360ful you bet!
DailySelfReliance: Just curious, but you said you were trying to put everything in one place.
Wouldn't be better to have a cache in a couple different places. Even in
the city you could put it in a train or bus locker. What if you can't get
to your car.