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    Re: Bug out gear

    I like their med kits. Particularly this one...

    http://www.chkadels.com/Elite-Orange...-Aid-Kit-26278

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    Re: Bug out gear

    Quote Originally Posted by Hitch View Post
    I like their med kits. Particularly this one...

    http://www.chkadels.com/Elite-Orange...-Aid-Kit-26278
    I was going to say, all it needed were some trauma/clotting bandages and its good to go...... BUT
    Sterile sponges; Ammonia inhalants; Tape rolls and adhesives; Trauma dressings; Bleedstop bandages
    Already in there. Good price also for a fair amount of kit. I always think FA kits are pretty expensive but looks good value to me.
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    Re: Bug out gear

    Quote Originally Posted by Glass View Post
    I was going to say, all it needed were some trauma/clotting bandages and its good to go...... BUT


    Already in there. Good price also for a fair amount of kit. I always think FA kits are pretty expensive but looks good value to me.
    I ended up ordering one. That kit is 1/3 the price of the other ones I was looking at, with almost the same amount of gear. The only thing missing is a cpr face shield. I've already got a few of those. I'll review the kit when I get it.

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    Re: Bug out gear

    hitch they kit is nice to keep around also order this one a year ago ... http://www.chkadels.com/Surgical-Set-OD-20182 and add they when you can ex maybe needed Scalpel Blades an Suture Sets and add this QuikClot it will save you form bleeding out
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    Re: Bug out gear

    Quote Originally Posted by mick silver View Post
    hitch they kit is nice to keep around also order this one a year ago ... http://www.chkadels.com/Surgical-Set-OD-20182 and add they when you can ex maybe needed Scalpel Blades an Suture Sets and add this QuikClot it will save you form bleeding out
    Thanks Mick. I was looking at that kit as well. I almost ordered it, but just wanted to see this one first aid kit first.

    Thanks for recommending this site.

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    Re: Bug out gear

    later when I can I will post some other sites to buy some more med stuff to add to this .but what ever you do buy some of this and keep it around you .... QuikClot .... from bleeding out
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    Re: Bug out gear

    Nice kit to have -- but I don't believe in "bugging out". I'm hunkering down where I'm at
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    Re: Bug out gear

    I am also staying put , I have no better place to run too
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    Re: Bug out gear

    Quote Originally Posted by mick silver View Post
    I am also staying put , I have no better place to run too
    Yeah, all of my stuff is at home. I think having a bag in your car is a good idea. but that's only for you to get home. [extra ammo, a HT ham radio if you don't have an RT in your car, misc. stuff you should have all the time anyways, etc.]
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