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Tactical Medic kit

Post  Doc_Shane on Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:02 am

This is my tac med setup.



IFAk for fixing me.


rip away EMT pouch


additional trauma supplies


Bulk trauma supplies


Additional instruments and supplies set


Minor surg set

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Re: Tactical Medic kit

Post  Paladin on Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:56 am

Nice! A lot better than my old IFAK...

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Spot on

Post  Old Frog on Tue Jan 22, 2013 10:14 pm

Pretty spot on DS, looks STRANGELY familiar.
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Re: Tactical Medic kit

Post  Doc_Shane on Fri Jan 25, 2013 12:46 am

Old Frog wrote:Pretty spot on DS, looks STRANGELY familiar.

Some of it was "liberated" Twisted Evil

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Re: Tactical Medic kit

Post  andrew jackson on Fri Jan 25, 2013 6:08 pm

Very nice. I am looking to liberate a scalable plate carrier myself.

Now here are two questions, is the quick clot sport the same as their combat gauze? Also you have a ton of scissors...why so many?

Okay one more question, do you have a pair of scissors for clothing in that collection?

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Re: Tactical Medic kit

Post  Doc_Shane on Sat Jan 26, 2013 11:32 am

Different types of scissors for different things, but a lot of what looks like scissors are either hemostats, clamps or needle drivers.

I do carry several pairs of trauma shears (EMT Scissors), bandage scissors, and surgical scissors. It goes back to 2=1 1=0 thought process.

The QC Sport is very effective for smaller wounds, it's not as bulky as the military combat gauze type so it fits in smaller kits and is a lot cheaper especially since Uncle Scrooge isn't funding my gear these days.

Somethings can be improvised easier- scalpels can be replaced with really sharp knives, but good scissors for wound edge revision, and other delicate work are a must to me.

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