Actually there were two versions of the military can opener. The smaller one was a P-38 and the other was a P-51.
There are also two aircraft from WW-2 with the same designation.
Some of the posts on this thread make me think of bug out or get home instead of EDC.
Currently testing a G43 for the CCW pistol. I have been using a G19 or a Sig P6.
Single cell Fenix light that uses a 123 battery. Very bright for its size.
Nitro Glycerine tablets. (I'm an old fart with a history of heart problems)
Benchmade 9555 switchblade. They became legal to carry here in Oklahoma last November.
Small Bausch & Lomb magnifying glass. (See above about being an old fart. Add bad eyes to the list. Some things I can't see even with my glasses)
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