What Do You Carry In Your Wallet Out Of The Ordinary

What Do You Carry In Your Wallet Out Of The Ordinary

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    What Do You Carry In Your Wallet Out Of The Ordinary

    Ok guys this seems to be a topic that we haven't really covered. I have read lots of posts on here about different EDC wallets because I am thinking of changing wallets for various reasons but I have not seen much about what we carry in it. Yeah we all have a driver's license, CCW, hunting license, credit/debit card(s), a few gift cards, and if we are lucky some actual paper $. So what do you carry that is different or not ordinary in a wallet? For me it is a guitar pick (been trying to learn and never know when you need one), and a couple band-aids because my hands get dry and crack open on the backside in the winter time.

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    Cash. My wife usually doesn't allow me any. She doesn't know about the $5 I tucked away.
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    Nothing. I don't like sitting on a fat wallet. I keep my DL, 2 CCW permits, local range card (laminated paper) and 2 credit cards.
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    Credit/Debit Card
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    Medical ID card listing alergies, doctors, medicines, etc.
    a few of my business cards
    a couple of postage stamps
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    Don't carry a wallet. One credit card, chl, ID...I am quite a simple man.

    EDIT: OT..guess what is unusual is when I was coaching hockey I had my coaches card with me. I also usually carry a flash drive.
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    I always like to have a 20.00 , my ID's, and a Credit Card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by suntzu View Post
    Don't carry a wallet. One credit card, chl, ID...I am quite a simple man.

    EDIT: OT..guess what is unusual is when I was coaching hockey I had my coaches card with me. I also usually carry a flash drive.
    Never thought of that. If you have to go hands-on, you can jab him with the flashdrive and download him.
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    I carry a very small wallet. Cabelas' sells it as a 'hunting license case'. Like thelephanatik, I don't like sitting on a fat wallet, so this one isn't fat and I carry it in my shirt pocket. Nor do I carry money in it; my folding cash is in a money clip in my trouser pocket. I keep my debit card in my wallet.

    The theory is I won't lose ALL my immediate money AND credit card all at once.

    Every day, I carry driver's license, concealed weapons documentation, medical card, library card, and debit card. My automobile insurance card and information is left in the car. Paper money and coins are in pockets; keys, pocket knife (Boy Scout knife), and small flashlight also in pockets. Spare magazine in pouch on belt, sidearm in external belt holster.
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    I always carry cash in a seperate moneyclip.

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    3 big paper clips (for the obvious reason) and a fire starter

    Edit update: I just looked and found the razor blade (must have). LOL at me = I can't remember.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Cash. My wife usually doesn't allow me any. She doesn't know about the $5 I tucked away.
    That's pretty comical OldVet that your wife doesn't let you walk around with any greenbacks. But if it don't bother you none it's no big deal right?

    I'll start out with I lost my wallet when I was 12 years old. I had $2 in it. My life savings. That was 1964. That was the LAST TIME I lost a wallet.

    I got tired of sitting on a fat lump folded over a long time ago. So 20 years ago I bought my 1st Biker wallet. I still got it/it's my spare. My new wallet is 9 1/2 years old. Biker wallet #2. Pluggin' away like a champ. I got my DL-CCW-SS-and Birth Registration Card right up front. CCs+Business cards+notes and what not and maybe a couple bucks.
    I have a flash drive in zippered pocket+P51&1 key. Every now and again I'll actually have sum real moolah in my wallet. I found wearing Cargo Pants had an extra benefit besides 2 extra pockets. I carry my wallet in the front deep pocket so I can sit up straight (instead of old Georgein Seinfeld.) I still carry my checkbook & record ALL transactions of my Debit card .

    Sometimes I got some small cash in my change pocket up front. Nuttin larger than a 10 spot. Plus I carry a SOG folder. My wallets about as thick as a 2x4. That's perty dang goot for me, considering.
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