What I had in my pockets, and a couple other items.When I go camping, I tend to fill up my pockets with extra tools:
Kershaw Half Ton that I always carry.
Two sets of car and gun keys, one set I always carry and one extra for my wife.
Two cans of pepper spray, one I always carry and one extra for my wife.
Leatherman Skeletool. The pliers came in handy.
A hammer for dealing with tent stakes.
And the case holds my Ruger P95, and I brought plenty of ammo. My wife insisted that I bring it along. During our last trip to the campground, our neighboring camper had some emotional issues. And something similar had happened a couple trips before that.
The P95 remained in its case the entire trip. But I'm glad I had it along. Why take a chance? And here is a reminder of why you should be prepared to defend thyself: "September is National Preparedness Month: Guns to pack with your emergency kits," an article on Guns.com.
Ironically while I was preparing this post, I ran across a short post about pocket survival kits on The Suburban Bushwacker blog. The above thrown-together car-camping survival mess in no way compares to a survival kit, but I had what I needed to get by if 20 feet from my car or tent.