For being so small, a keyring tool can have a BIG impact. From a knife to a kubaton to a paracord sap, there are many things you can carry on your keyring to help you defend yourself in a place where you might not be allowed to carry a firearm.
None & carry a leather key case.
E2D-Led defender w/crenelated bezel and 1000 lumens. Passes through metal detectors, aircraft and courthouse worthy.
I was told that the more weight on the key chain, the more starter problems you will have…I don’t know that to be a fact, but I went down to a few keys as a result… I have a kore essentials belt and just carry a light and my weapon on that instead of on my keys
None. Also, I keep my car keys seperate from my main keys (there’s a lot).
I have a hard enough time getting my main keys out of my pockets (sometimes the key rings get caught on the stitching in my pockets) that I designated other pockets (and when possible, belt pouches) to things that I want quick access to.
That being said, when I had to wear scrubs, I sometimes kept some sort of multitool with me. My LM Juice was the handiest, I used a Gerber Curve keyring MT for awhile, and replaced it with a LM Squirt plus mini light (not currently in use). None of these things I would designate as SD tools, though.
I carry the car fob, and attached to it I have a key to my range’s gate and another to my USCCA Partner Gun Store, yep, he gave me my own key
On my keyring…just the keys/keyfob themselves (oh and a rewards card)…but my pockets are full of EDC…just not on my keyring.