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GEAR: RG No VIs Med Kit

Posted on: January 17th, 2014 by admin 1 Comment

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I have been testing out the Rogue Gunfighter No Vis Ankle Medical Kit for a few weeks now. Last year I worked with two different ankle mounted kits with mixed results. One didn’t retain the med supplies well enough and the other was uncomfortable to the point that I would take it off after a couple hours of wear.

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The Rogue Gunfighter No Vis Ankle Med Kit is the best I have seen and utilized yet. A number of options are available: You can get just the ankle rig with no supplies or you can get a full blown pre-stocked kit. You can add and choose from hemostatic agents available like Celox or Quikclot. I bought mine without any med supplies choosing to stock the kit myself. At $47 shipped (free shipping) for just the basic ankle rig with no supplies I was a little concerned that the product was over priced, especially after my previous experiences. I can honestly say now, after wearing this rig, that I would have paid more. This is a well thought out, easy to conceal, hold a ton of supplies option that is so comfortable I forgot I was wearing it.

Check out the Rogue Gunfighter No VIs Ankle Med Kit if you EDC any kind of personal medical gear. Highly recommended.

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In-Extremis Medical Skills Seminar

Posted on: January 5th, 2014 by admin 2 Comments

*This seminar is for informational purposes only and follows Tactical Emergency Casualty Care (TECC) best practice guidelines. This is not a certification nor does it grant permission to apply the skills and information presented. That decision and responsibility rests solely with the individual or operator.

 

The In-Extremis Medical Seminar presents information focused on helping yourself or someone else with traumatic, tactical related injuries within a compressed time frame. Having the knowledge and skills to provide immediate, life-saving aid to yourself or someone else is essential for the armed civilian or law enforcement officer. For this seminar an emphasis is placed on injuries associated with personal protection, shooting and firearms utilization on and off the range. This course is recommended for Range Safety Officers, Range Owners, Armed Civilians and Law Enforcement Officers.

 

Seminar content will include but is not limited to:
In-Extremis Medical Mindset
Life Threatening Injuries:
-Hemorrhage, Penetrating Trauma, Lacerations
Contacting & Communicating with Authorities
Individual Medical Kit (IMK) components and placement
Individual Assessment Procedure
Types of Bandages, Pressure Dressings and Hemostatic Agents
Types of Tourniquets
Types of Wound Seals
Practical Drilling

 

Equipment List:
Note taking material, casual clothing, EDC gear/set up (no live firearms), any personal medical gear you currently own, water/hydration

 

*Contact us today if you would like to host MDTS at your range, training facility or come to us here in the Mohawk Valley region for one of our In-Extremis Medical Seminar. We have range and classroom facilities available that can accommodate large groups (12+), semi-private (2-4) or private training (1 on 1).

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