The Range Trauma Kit is designed to address the most common types of injuries that can occur at shooting ranges, training ranges or other locations where firearms are used. The kit is packaged in a bright orange bag with reflective trim for high visibility. The bag is easy to transport and store. The large central compartment and front Trauma-shear storage offer a versatile, mobile platform with ready-to-use supplies. The kit's contents provide the necessary tools to save lives and to treat injuries by both medically and non-medically trained personnel. The Range Trauma Kit provides the necessary equipment to treat penetrating injuries, blast injuries, chest wounds, burns, eye injuries, minor lacerations, sprains or fractures and many other common injuries seen on training and shooting ranges.Features:Designed to address penetrating and other common injuries that occur at shooting ranges, training ranges and other locations where firearms are used
Bright orange bag with reflective trim for high visibility
Constructed of durable 1000 Denier Nylon
Sand and water resistant zipper with silent pulls
Multiple-load carriage configuration capabilities: fanny pack, over the shoulder, hand-carried, attachments for Molle/Pals style webbing
Trauma Shear Storage on front for quick accessSpecifications:Case Closed Dimension (HxWxD): 7.75" x 13" x 9"
Weight: 10 oz.Kit Contents:1 x Bag (EMS Rapid Deployment)
1 x HyFin Vent Chest Seal Twin Pack
2 x C-A-T Tourniquet (Orange)
1 x Chitogauze PRO Hemostatic Dressing
4 x S-Rolled Gauze
4 x ETD, 6"
10 x Sterile Gauze Pads, 4" x 4"
4 x Polycarbonate Eye Shield
2 x Elastic Wrap, 6"
2 x Triangular Bandage
2 x SAM Splint II
1 x Surgical Tape, 2"
50 x Flexible Bandages, 0.75" x 3"
2 x Burntec Burn Dressing, 5" x 10"
1 x Eye Wash, 4 oz.
1 x Forceps, Splinter, 4.5"
1 x Trauma Shears, 7.25"
5 x pair Bear Claw Gloves, Large
1 x CPR Mask
1 x Kit Contents Card
WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov