Anyone EDC a small prying device?

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    So me and my son went to Wally World to make a couple Altoid tin survival kits last Saturday for fun. I ended up buying a junker Ozark trail survival knife. I only bought it because I wanted the very small light and Ferro rod that came in it. Both items fit in an Altoid can perfect. I couldn’t bring myself to just throw away the rest of the knife, so I put it in my “I might make something out of this crap” bucket. Anyway I made a small EDC prybar with a window breaker and seat belt cutter out of the rest of it. I thought it was cool anyway haha.
     

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    I've got a Leatherman Brewzer I picked up for less than 5 bucks. I'm happy with it but most of the prying it does is opening beverages... ;)

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    I usually carry a Gerber 600 multi tool. It's got a couple prying accessories.
     
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    20200828_155236.jpg 20201002_152158.jpg 20200828_154739.jpg swamprat mega swamp wardens .350 at the spine theyre basically a sharp prybar lol !
     
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    That swamp rat is sweet! I love edc tools!
     
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    Highly recommend it. You can still snag em off the website too!
     
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    My wife does too she stole my midnight blue one the second it came out of the box
     
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    Link?
     
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    I have a really nice crow bar that threads on an extendable baton, it works quite good, I have used it to remove a few planks from my dog's house. Other than that - most of the time the bottle opener of an alox SAK or the large flathead of a Leatherman are enough for me, however I am extra careful with the Leatherman as I have seen a few snapped ones, it seems that they keep them at higher RCs.
     
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    I always have a “Pocket Wrench” tucked in my Leatherman sheath, right next to my Izula.
     
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    Yeah, I keep a small county comm. pry bar on my keychain.
     
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