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I Carry: Smith & Wesson Model 360PD Revolver in a Mission First Tactical Holster

In today's episode of "I Carry," we have a Smith & Wesson Model 360PD revolver in a Mission First Tactical IWB/OWB holster, along with a MyMedic The Solo Advanced first aid kit.

I Carry: Taurus GX4 Pistol in a Galco Scout 3.0 Holster

In today's episode of "I Carry," we have the new Taurus GX4 micro-9 mm double-stack pistol in a Galco Scout 3.0 holster with a Cold Steel AD-15 Lite pocketknife.

First Look: TacMed SOF Tourniquet

Tactical Medical Solutions, LLC (TacMed) is excited to release the newest evolution of its flagship product: the SOF Tourniquet. Purposeful upgrades mean smoother and faster one-handed and two-handed applications for the most effective bleeding control.

I Carry: SIG Sauer P365XL Pistol in a PHLster Classic Holster

In today's episode of "I Carry," we have a SIG Sauer P365XL pistol in a PHLster Classic holster along with a Galco Ankle Trauma Medical kit.

Why You Should Regularly Carry the Same Gun

Your everyday-carry gun should be exactly that—something you regularly carry on a daily basis to gain familiarity.

First Look: Galco Ankle Trauma Medical Kit

Designed for ultimate versatility, Galco's Ankle Trauma Medical Kit (ATM-KIT) is an ideal component to any everyday carry kit.

Review: PHLster Probable Cause Utility Bag

We all could use a small, handy bag to keep all the little things in - so why not have a little fun with it?

Medical EDC: Critical Gear You Should Carry

Realistically, all you need in a micro-IFAK is a tourniquet, properly staged on a carrier, an absorbent bandage such as an Israeli battle bandage or Cederroth Bloodstopper, a pack of QuikClot Combat Gauze, a pair of gloves and a Hyfin Chest Seal.

You Should Carry an IFAK Kit. Here's Why.

An Individual First-Aid Kit (IFAK) is a vital piece of EDC gear that most of us ignore. A former Green Beret medic explains why you need an IFAK and what should be in that kit.

EDC Medical: Pressure Bandages for Daily Carry

When it comes to your daily EDC loadout, incorporating medical gear is a smart idea. Here's a look at a few compact pressure bandages designed for on-body carry.

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