First Look: True Knives Every Day Carry Support Kit

Get the everyday carry gear you need while also supporting Disabled American Veterans.

posted on November 24, 2022
True Knives Everyday Carry Support Kit

True Knives is announcing the release of an EDC (Every Day Carry) Support Kit done in collaboration with DAV (Disabled American Veterans). For over a century, Disabled American Veterans has been helping members of the American military re-transition back to home life while providing assistance with the unique and special challenges that wounded veterans must face. TRUE will be donating a dollar from each EDC Support Kit sale to Disabled American Veterans.

The four piece EDC Support Kit comes with a 3-inch, drop-point blade flipper knife, a nine-in-one mini multitool, a dog tag bottle opener and a hard sided water resistant coyote brown plastic case.

The 3-inch blade flipper knife included in this kit is constructed with 7Cr17MoV steel and includes a satin finish. A liner lock is responsible for locking the mechanism in place and the body of the knife includes deep pocket clips for convenient and accessible EDC use. Ball bearings assist the opening and closing of the blade. Coyote tan G10 scale textured grips adorn this knife and provide an adequate level of grip when used for all cutting tasks. The mini multitool will probably cover those other tasks that cannot be done with the knife, The multitool has needle nose pliers, a hook cutter, a small blade, spring loaded pliers, a wire cutter, scissors, a bottle opener, a file and a flat screwdriver.

The sturdy dog tag bottle opener has Disabled American Veteran’s logo and comes with a lanyard like a real dog tag. The hard sided waterproof plastic case measures 12½ inches by 1 inch by 15 inches and includes a foam liner. This foam liner has individual cut outs for the multitool, three inch Flipper knife and the dog tag. The TRUE EDC Support Kit retails for $60 and makes for a good option to keep in the car or as a stocking stuffer. For more information visit


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