Salvos puts your EDC survival tin on your belt

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NEWS – An empty Altoids tin works great as a small container to hold survival gear like matches, first aid supplies, and more. Many people like to add them to their EDC and the Salvos Kydex holster from Armatus Carry is the perfect way to keep the tin on your belt or bag. They are available in a variety of colors and the back is compatible with most aftermarket attachments, such as Tek Lok and MALICE clips.

Hey, if you’re not into survival gear, you can use Altoid tins for other things. I have one in my gear bag – not for survival purposes, but to hold tech gear like micro SD cards, SIM card removal pins, adapters, etc. And of course, you can always use one to hold… mints! 😉

If the Armatus Carry Salvos holster interests you, you can buy one for $35 – $48 at armatuscarry.com

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