It's supposed to be a "thin wallet", so I try to only carry things like ID and credit cardsWhat’s in the wallet. I tend to keep things in addition to traditional wallet items (money , ID , credit cards, etc) in mine such as a survival card tool, a pill or two of over the counter medication such as Imodium. And a thin pack of matches.
I also carry a small phone charger, headphones/ear buds, a multi tool and small plastic bottle of hand sanitizer in addition to a firearm and spare magazine.
You already carry a spare mag, so you know the importance of having a backup. So why not even a micro flashlight? The light on your phone is essentially just a flash, and it kills your battery.I pack a pistol, one spare mag, wallet, car keys, cell phone... and that is it. I don't like stuffing my pockets full of stuff. And I don't wear a watch.. the cell phone is the watch!
It is literally true. In 2009-10 I went out to train with the Afghans 6 days a week with a pistol, spare magazine, ID card, pocket knife and a cell phone. I felt a little underdressed one day when 5 or 6 guys in civilian clothes came walking down the road armed with AKs, but my interpreter said "don't worry, they probably work with Special Forces" since we were between our camp and the SF/Commando training camp. Turns out he was apparently right, since they didn't shoot us.🤣 I doubt that, but I get it. In reality, almost everything I carry is the smallest version of itself.
Forgot about my sunglasses!To be fair I probably carry as much as the OP.
I wear hearing aids. There's your blue tooth head set.
I wear sunglasses everywhere and if it's after dark they're with me.
I carry a Glock 19 and 2 reloads. Today I'm going to the VA and the gym. Glock 26 and one reload.
A Multitool and a pocket knife
A Fenix pocket flash light.
A pen and notebook.
My wallet and keys.
I don't have a phone charger because I'm not anywhere long enough to use it and I don't really use my phone in public