Maintenance EDC & Tool Bag (Series Intro)

author CityBoy Prepper   3 год. назад

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What's In A Professional Handyman's Toolbag?

This is what to expect from a professional handyman. A sneak peek inside of a professional handyman's tool bag. Toronto's #1 Handyman Service

Making wall tool holders

Making holders to organize my tools on the walls in my big garage workshop.

Grab & Go Compact Tool Kit: Simple Toolkit For Repairs

This kit is not for survival or bugging out or any crisis situation. Honestly, it's more for when you just need your tools quickly and don't want to dig all around for them. I got the 'holder' at Lowes for less than $10 and then added in the tools from what I had or from items I got on the cheap at Home Depot or Lowes. Grab it and go fix something. _______ Want to purchase EDC, tactical, emergency, or survival items? I'd be very thankful if you would use the following link to support Everyday Tactical Vids when you search for gear on Amazon: _______________ Here are links to some of my favorite EDC, tactical, emergency, outdoor, and survival items: - 5.11 ATAC PLX Flashlight: - Surefire P2X Fury Flashlight: - Benchmade Griptilian: - Blackhawk Roll-out Medical Bag: - UTG Messenger Bag: - Condor Messenger Bag: - Bahco Laplander Folding Saw: - Mora Companion Knife: - KaBar BK2: - Klean Kanteen Water Bottles: - Corona Folding Saw: - Schrade SCAXE2: - Various Kinds of Paracord: - Emergency Mylar Blankets: - Survivor Fire Starter: - CRKT Woods Chogan Tomahawk: ______________________________ Everyday Tactical Vids: Thinking Tactically, Living Purposefully Everyday Tactical Vids exists to help individuals become an asset to self and others in everyday life and crisis situations. The 6 Core Areas of Everyday Tactical Vids: - Soul: Asking the deeper questions of our existence and why we live as we do - Body: Taking care of the physical body through fitness and medical care - Psychology: Working to understand our own minds and the minds of others in crisis situations - Skills: Applying knowledge to the point of proficiency - Gear Selection: Choosing the right gear for the job or situation - Location: Where am I and how does that impact all other 5 Core Areas _______________________________________________________ FOLLOW EVERYDAY TACTICAL VIDS: YouTube - Twitter - Facebook - Instagram - Tumblr - Google+ - RELATED VIDEOS: - Car Survival Kit / Emergency Bag: - Compact Survival Kit: - Home Depot Urban Survival Kit: - Bug-out Bag, Walmart Style: SOME OF OUR MOST POPULAR POSTS: - Last Ditch Survival Kit: - Interview - Travis Haley of Haley Strategic: - Tim’s EDC/Everyday Carry Bag: PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN AN INFLUENCE ON EVERYDAY TACTICAL VIDS: - Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman, originator of The Sheepdog Concept - Travis Haley of Haley Strategic - Chris Costa of Costa Ludus - The team over at ITS Tactical - NutnFancy and his YouTube channel/community - Tom Brown Jr. of The Tracker School - Dave Canterbury of The Pathfinder School - Rob Pincus of I.C.E. Training

What's in my (Industrial maintenance) handbag?

Since Julian Illet challenged me to reveal what was in my handbag, I decided to do an impromptu video of the contents of a minimalist bag of tools I use when I'm travelling about. It doesn't have everything for every task, but it covers most spontaneous repairs. The tools in the bag were specifically chosen for maximum versatility to keep the number and weight down as low as possible. The exception might seem to be the stubby ratchets, deep sockets and adjustable wrenches, but no single type will actually cover all eventualities. The multi-bit drivers bits are actually a medley of bits from various other sets to make up a diverse, but practical set of bits. They're never going to be suitable for high torque applications or narrow access situations. But they save a lot of space. The "normal" screwdrivers are chosen for high torque or deep terminal applications. The main tools are all high profile brands due to the heavy use they get. Cheap tools will just break, and if you have to stop working as a result then it's a very false economy. The bag itself was chosen as a direct result of frequently seeing a maintenance man who worked at a local shopping centre (Plasa - East Kilbride) when I was a kid. I regularly saw him walking about in the malls with a bag like this over his shoulder. With his beard, beanie, blue nylon boilersuit (coverall) and the bag of tools, he just looked like I thought maintenance guys should look like. It turns out that his tool bag of choice was a good one.

Handyman's Toolbox Tour

Troy (THM Services LTD) gives a glimpse of what he brings along on service calls.

CityBoy Prepper shows the contents of his personal Maintenance Tool Bag and EDC (everyday carry). This is the Intro video in a series that will demonstrate how to fix basic maintenance-related issues around the house or apartment.

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