Essential EDC Urban Survival Gear For When SHTF

Your EDC load-out is your greatest force multiplier in your day to day life. It should contain items that extend your abilities the to the furthest in exchange for it’s size/weight. A knife and lighter as an example are perfect as together can be used to assist you in producing everything you would need in an urban survival situation. The EDC is the bare minimum of what you need to survive.

Ultimate Urban Survival EDC Gear

1. Leatherman 40-Bit Assortment for Leatherman Bit Drivers
2. Leatherman Charge Multi-Tool
3. 64GB Flash Drive
4. $50 Cash
5. Key Chain Pry Tool
6. Para-Cord Survival Bracelet
7. Spyderco Caly 3.5
8. Survival Tool
9. Streamlight Nano Flashlight
10. Storm Safety Whistle
11. Glock 19 Gen 4
12. Glock 19 Magazines
13. Keychain Multi-Tool
14. BIC Lighter
15. Swedish FireSteel Fire Starter
16. Maxpedition Spartan Wallet
17. All – Weather Tactical Field Book Green
18. Casio Pathfinder Watch
19. Clif Bar Builder’s Bar
20. Smith and Wesson Tactical Pen

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5 Responses to “Essential EDC Urban Survival Gear For When SHTF”

  1. Richard Earley says:

    Just my way of thinking…A Glock 19 is ok,but for those that can afford it look into the glock 21 or the glock 41..

  2. Bob bill says:

    Why no first-aid supplies or
    water purification.

  3. Marieke says:

    I wondered why you chose 3 mini multi tools as well as the leatherman multitool. Do they all add something?

  4. Thomas Northrop says:

    Thanks for pointing that out, I’ll have to update this.

  5. JD says:

    No first aid to treat gun shot wounds, not even basics like Israeli bandage and tourniquet. You have a handful of tools, but nothing to cut chain, pry a door, or pick a lock. Heavy protein isn’t what you want to sustain life off little food. No water solution at all. No eyeware, no hat, no radio, no mirror, no compass. Hell, even the light choice shows you have never used a handgun with a flashlight, which would be the number 1 thing to consider when choosing a light to carry with a sidearm.

    This list should be an example of how not to set up a shtf edc kit. Too much redundancy and useless crap, not enough of the basic important stuff.