/// Tradecraft Type 6 EDC Kit
An invention of operational necessity, to wield a practically undetectable weapon that’s extremely low profile yet have the potential impact of a much larger tool. Made from a graphene / carbon fiber material, it’s unique properties makes it hidden or obscured from security scanners and resistant to physical searches.
The tip and base of the blade is designed to break off and violently shatter inside flesh when penetrated. Leaving the blade fully inside the body along with hundreds of fiber splinters punctured throughout.
*Equipped “statically” IWB (inside waist band).
Specifically called a “compound garrote”, these are the most minimal (for covert carry) yet exceedingly effective. Made from braided Kevlar cordage, the secret knot system makes use of 4 fingers, get’s dual-independently tighter as the subject struggles more and has a failsafe in case of cord breakage during use.
There’s no other parts, just the Kevlar and clever knotting and looping. But the build method is a trade secret that I am currently not at liberty to share.
*Inside a jacket’s left sleeve cuff hidden pocket.
A near identical version of the widely available steel rod diamond saw. These are custom made from titanium, as to avoid detection from metal detectors. The entire surface is covered in actual diamond grit, of which can cut through just about anything within reason; steel, glass, rope, duct tape etc.
As per tradecraft utility, these are ideal for escape (restraints) and entry (locks, chains) purposes.
*Inside a jacket’s right sleeve cuff hidden pocket.
An ordinary SIM card from a country in Asia purchased at a random shop in a random city that will work on any mobile phone. It has a phone number and international web plan. What is unique is that it’s anonymous, meaning it has no name, identity or any traceable financials (credit card, bank) attached to it.
It’s effectively a burner SIM card, for the purposes of “clean” communication and internet access.
*Inserted into the fly area of pants.
An ordinary MicroSD card you can get from anywhere. It’s what’s inside that matters. There’s no need to tell you what’s on these specifically but you can think of the data as a “digital go-bag“, hidden and encrypted, of course. Example content could include:
Identification cards (photos), credit cards (photos), login credentials list, print-ready passport photo, bank account numbers, personal medical records, VIP contacts list, sensitive documents (pdf).
*Also inserted into the fly area of pants.
Classic Bogota lock pick set but in a more compact form to enhance carry concealability. These can open most pin tumbler (wafer, cylinder, but non tubular) locks, which are the most common type of lock in the world; housing doors, gates, padlocks, cabinets etc.
These particular ones are constructed from solid titanium alloy, again to avoid metal detection.
*Also inside a jacket’s left sleeve cuff hidden pocket.