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    Carry medical products?

    I don't know about any of you guys, but I carry daily two trauma kits. One kit causes trauma(my gun), and one relives trauma(med kit). With todays advances in medical knowledge and technology, you can get a life saving pocket sized kit for a reasonable price. I carry a TMP(Tactical Medical Products)Tac-Pac QC, with quick clot. At the size of a large wallet, and only $33. I think my life is worth the hassle of carrying something else around in my pockets. As they say, when seconds count medical personal are only minutes away.

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    It is a good idea to carry a good first aid kit and it is also a good idea to get some medical training. Take a class or volunteer to work in an emergency Room.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    I was asked in another forum what was in the kit I carried so I will go ahead and post it here as well

    The kit I mentioned be for is from Tactical Medical Packs.
    (Not products sorry)
    I would recommend the one with the Quick Clot it is only 4-5 bucks more. If you never have never herd of QC before, it is a hemostat agent in a sponge to help the blood clot rapidly. It was redesigned recently to be cooler(102deg.) than its predecessor, so If you buy the QC separately make sure it comes in the white package. I have bought mine through Cop Quest on line for $33. It also comes vacuum sealed, but can be opened to consolidate or add to. I have also got the battle pack in my back pack witch is always near me I will list those contents also. The only thing I would put in the Tac-Pac would be a chest seal to prevent a sucking chest would, since that is a likely place to get shot. Other than that it should be more than enough.

    TAC-PACK QC $33

    The Tac-Pack® QC™ is intended for the emergency treatment of open or bleeding wounds, gunshot wounds, stab wounds, explosive trauma, and certain smoke & dust conditions.


    Latex-Free Gloves
    Roll Bandage
    Abdominal Pad
    N-95 Respirator Mask
    Triangular Bandage
    Occlusive Dressing
    CPR Microshield
    25gram Quick Clot® Sponge

    with Quick Clot®

    The INDIVIDUAL BATTLE PACK™ is intended for the emergency treatment of wounds or injuries sustained during Combat/Tactical Operations to include: open or bleeding wounds, gunshot wounds, stab wounds, and explosive trauma.

    Latex-Free Gloves
    Compression Bandage
    TK-4 One Handed Tourniquet
    Chest Seal
    Combat Medic Pre-Cut Rolled Duct Tape
    50gr. Quick-Clot.
    Compressed Gauze 4.1 yds
    Medical 5.25" Scissors

    The Pluse version $112 is for trained persons only and comes with all the above plus...

    Nasopharyngeal Airway w/Lubricant
    10 Gauge Angio-Catheter

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    Good idea, thanks for sharing it with us.

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    it's a good idea. I've been thinking about something like this. thanks for the suggestion .
    You can have my freedom as soon as I'm done with it!!!

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    I found this kit on

    XD9 Service/XD9 SC/KelTek P3ATBrowning Buckmark/Ruger 10-22

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    Dont forget the tampons and rubbers

  9. That's really a good idea... all I have is a first aid kit in my truck and that wouldn't do squat for a gun shot wound!

    ALWAYS carry! ~ NEVER tell!

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    Here is a good read on how to deal with gun shots.

    also read in a tactical book that he plastic wrap that your MRE comes in can be used and works as a chest seal. I have not tryed it and hope to god i never have to but thats good to know. As most people have MREs in there car or at there house some time in there life.
    Last edited by S&WM&P40; 07-20-2008 at 02:14 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kwo51 View Post
    Dont forget the tampons and rubbers

    Both work great and hve multiple uses, ;)

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