CENTER LINE SYSTEMS’ KEYDC
The Center Line Systems KEYDC (short for “key daily carry”) is designed to organize and securely carry last-ditch survival equipment on a daily basis. Inspired by the “final option” kit described in The Survival & Evasion
Manual of the United States Rescue & Special Operations Group’s 6 Ways In and 12 Ways
Out (George W. Jasper, author), this pouch is meant to hold a small cutting blade, ferro rod, fish hooks, button compass, Kevlar cord, stitching needles, water purification tablets or anything else customized by the user. The KEYDC can also be used for lock-pick/surreptitious-entry kits; a deep-concealment wallet that is paracord-tied inside the waistband for travel in high-risk areas; as a “runner’s wallet” for the active; or as a minimalist wallet that will hold identification, one or two credit cards and some cash.
The KEYDC is small enough to carry tucked in the appendix region, making detection difficult. As opposed to a small mint tin, the KEYDC allows the user better access and organization to the most crucial emergency items and protects them in a rugged housing. Meant for daily carry, this pouch is small and light enough to disappear in the pocket or be worn around the neck on the same cord as a suspended small neck knife. Used in conjunction with concentric layers of preparedness, it is an excellent addition to an individual’s readiness plan.
The KEYDC measures 3 (W) x 3.5 (L) x inches (thickness) and weighs ounce empty. There are four elastic slots and two sleeve pockets. The KEYDC is made from 500D nylon and has a hook-and-loop morale patch panel, hook-and-loop strip closure and two webbing tie-down points on the exterior.
Center Line Systems is combat-veteran ownd and, like all their gear, the KEYDC is made in the United States from American-made materials.
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