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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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