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Ambush with attachments.
Anyone that have both bags could give advice on which one is better depending on situations they encountered?
Have you undergo any training?
I took a basic first aid course and had the same eagerness as you to go higher. Nearly take an EMT-B course (expensive). But I realize it'd be...
I've made a thread about it, feel free to check it out.
Sheikh Awie Emergency FAK
Glad to see someone using the same pouch! This is my non-trauma first aid kit attached to my trauma kit,the Push R Pack.
That's really a lot of q tips. You know that you can use a triangular bandage as a tourniquet? Also, maybe you should add in some gauze.
After your training, you'll definitely know how to build your FAK.
Here's mine though, Sheikh Awie Emergency FAK
It is a 5.11 6.6 pouch, attached to the strap of my 5.11 tablet case.
The contents are:
1. Plastic bags with seal (2x) [for waste...
This is a non-trauma first aid kit.
Besides the blunt forceps in the middle, you notice it has two compartments. Top compartment...
This is my main kit. A 5.11 push R pack, with 5.11 med pouch attached under it. I always carry this everywhere, in the boot of the car.
Hi, first of all I'd like to explain that I am only a basic first aider, nothing near to an EMT. There's a saying "You carry less as you know...
I used to use it as an edc bag. Unfortunately, as people have said it, the strap is a major problem and it never sits right. If only it was...
Did you manage to do it?
Then to my hiking bags,
Both of them combined, for more carrying capacity, but, its not needed anymore,...
My Trauma Kit, 5.11 push 'R' pack. With the first aid kit below.
I'm trying to upload photos from my tapatalk app for windows phone. :\
Maybe we can see some loadout? :D
Chance favor the prepared.
I carry a MOAB 6 (as in my avatar). As you see, I attached a lot of pouches to the bag. A bottle carrier, med pouch, gps/strobe pouch and a single...