I have not done one of these for quite some time. This is my overflow storage container....
This is where I have been storing various things that need to be organized and stored properly with the rest of the collection. I figured it could be fun to take photos of what is in there for your viewing pleasure.
A survival knife. This needs to be stored with the rest of the collection...eventually.
Along with this cute little survival shovel.
I am a sucker for tech gadgets, and unfortunately, I figured I would play with one of those little video cameras. I haven't used it as of yet, and my expectations for the product are a bit low considering I have their Tac light and Tac camper light.
A Commercial Electric multi-tool.
This one has spring loaded wire strippers for single handed convenience.
Found this one used at the local pawn shop. Can't argue with a Leatherman Charge AL.
A Tech Toolz multi-tool with a built in pair of low powered binoculars.
A new still in package Stanley Fatmax T16.
A nice sheath.
This Mastergrip set.
A very cheap hobo knife that comes apart in two pieces.
A fold up funnel.
A pair of speed wrap cable.hose ties.
A pair of mini neck knives.
3 pack keychain flashlights.
A Canada 150 Anniversary commemorative flashlight.
A UST bare bones survival kit.
The kit comes with a large survival shelter/blanket, a light stick, a small button compass, and a role of nylon rope for the shelter or whatever you might need rope for.
A fold up camping cup.
A True Utility firelight and bullet cash stash.
Coghlans emergency horn. This thing is louder than a whistle.
Cheap mini medical kit.
A bicycle repair kit.
Outbound multi-tool set.
Real Avid Gun Tool Max. A double bought for the gun range...haven't used it yet.
Real Avid Pistol Tool, a second copy for use on the range. Like the one above, still unused.
A small assortment of key rings and carabiners.
A divers knife.
A SeaBoard multi-tool. I found this copy out of town in a curio shop. The tip of the file broke off, but the previous owner did a good job of re-profiling it as a flat head screwdriver. The price was right.
A small assortment of sharpeners.
A Coghlans portable hand saw.
A Dodge RAM folder bought at the local Chrysler dealer.
Adjustable wrench multi-tool.
An old Beck's Beer opener.
French Mess knife #1.
An old COAST Mini Pliers found in a shop. Missing the scissor spring...but had to pick it up as I don't tend to see these all that often for sale locally.
Kikkerland hammer multi-tool.
French Mess knife #2.
Odds and ends.
A pair of utility knives.
Large pill cases, one turned into a survival kit.
Cheap pocket multi-tool.
Medium sized multi-tool.
SOG Pocket PowerPlier.
And last but not least, a Kobalt multi-tool.