EPIK Trauma Kits AR500 Armor

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Fun Gun Gear Reviews Presents: EPIK Trauma Kits by AR500 Armor. The shooting sports should be handled with safety and care, but things can and will happen. Being prepared to treat a Gun Shot or Puncture wound is an important tool in your Tactical Kit.

Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional. You should do your own research and training. AR500 Armor always recommends proper training and proficiency with your gear and all equipment you choose to use.

AR500 Armor Website: http://www.ar500armor.com/

TheUSMCHoss SWAT T video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8yE7MwpeTUE

AR500 Armor Ballistic Plate Test http://youtu.be/tfVAnU8SabY

Thanks for Watching~ Sootch00

Music: Pond 5 “cinematic-action-5”

Comments

Anthony Gomez says:

cool kit there RAMBO

Keir McQ says:

Add some duct tape and use that bag for a chest wound.

TheCdwechsler says:

What for a pouch is that exactly?

Charles Karl says:

Civilians can buy body armor?

BC 07135 says:

those are fucking cheap😍 side plate kit 49$😍 in Finland only fox chest seal cost 40$

Black Riflemen's Organization (The B.R.O.) says:

Could a cut flat bike inner-tube work as a SWATT?

rebecca hamman says:

keep up the gr8 work.tyvm

james Quarles Jr. says:

just to let you know they take 13 weeks to put your order together for the ifak??

Mark Smith says:

Good review! But that MOLLE Pouch is just the Condor Sidekick Pouch:http://www.amazon.com/Condor-Sidekick-Pouch-Coyote/dp/B00865N59E?ie=UTF8&keywords=condor%20sidekick%20pouch&qid=1461218492&ref_=sr_1_1&sr=8-1

You could save quite a bit of $$ Building a medkit and the problem with pre-made ones is that you mainly pay for convenience on having it made vs. just buying them separately.

I HIGHLY recommen Vanquest's FATPack line! https://www.vanquest.com/products/fatpack-5×8-first-aid-trauma-pack.html

They come in 3 sizes (I have the largest which is 7×10) and are on sale right now!

Kevin Moore says:

one point to consider for those who haven't used QuikClot/Celox before…. at my previous job, one of our night shift guys sliced his hand open on a jagged piece of metal. the entire time they worked on his hand, it was below heart so the clotting agent didn't work the way it was expected to. always elevate the wound, if possible, above the heart before applying the agent.

heinekenboy says:

ty for dis great video help me in my first ait kit

TheRebelGunslinger says:

It would be cool to see combat gauze in the kit, it would save some room and have a dual purpose of clotting the wound and covering it. . .

brandon liu says:

FYI the Olaes Bandage also comes with an Occlusive dressing to treat a suckling chest wound also.

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