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ResQ-Pak Personal First Aid Kit Hunting and Outdoor Sport Pak with Quik-Clot

Blue Line Tactical
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A well stocked first aid kit does no good when it's left at home or in your car when you desperately need it. The ResQ-Pak is a very compact and durable kit that includes all of the essential items you need to temporarily treat a potentially life threatening injury. Weighing in at just 7 ounces, the ResQ-Pak is lightweight and easy to carry around in a pack, purse, or even a jacket pocket. The following contents are all packed neatly inside a thick waterproof vacuum sealed bag.

Contents (7 oz.):

25g QuikClot
Tegaderm 2 3/8" x 2 3/4" dressing
5" x 9" ABD pad
4" x 75" roll bandage
40" x 40" x 56" triangular bandage
Two sets 4" x 3" cover sponges
Aspirin, two 325 mg tablets
Benadryl (R), two 25 mg tablets
Combat medic tape
Non-latex gloves
Rescue whistle
Mylar survival blanket
Total number of Reviews: 1

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"I have yet to open it only because I have yet to need it. I will say this. It's pretty compact and light-weight. With what's in it, it is the ideal FA kit for someone who likes to travel light: a day hike, a day of shooting, or even to just throw in the truck ice. Matter-of-fact, due to it being sealed in an air-tight pouch, I highly recommend it for your vehicle. It will fit in any medium-sized MOLLE pouch, the cargo pocket of your BDUs or even a BDU/uniform chest pocket. I keep mine in an old SAW ammo pouch, along with the universal splint CTD offers, and other med supplies and it's attached to the back of my mod vest. As a former Navy Corpsman, I can tell you that it's the \"small things\" that make all the difference. This is pretty small! Even back at it's normal price, I'd recommend purchasing this. Another case of \"I'd rather have it and not need it, than need it and not have it.\""