Picking out a trauma kit isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution. Just as it was with picking out your first firearm, selecting your first trauma kit is an individual decision—it’s all up to you. However, there are a few factors that you should keep in mind when you’re in the market.
NRA Carry Guard endorser, Bill “Doc” Harris of Tomahawk Strategic Solutions suggests that you consider things like your level of experience, where you anticipate carrying the trauma kit, and what works best for your lifestyle. No two trauma kits are created equal, so it’s going to take a little bit of research to pick the best one.
Regardless of which trauma kit you choose, there are some absolute must-haves you should always have on hand.
Watch the full episode above to see what those things are and watch on NRATV.
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