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Range Medicine

Practical first-aid steps that can save a life.

Individual First-Aid Kits

Throwing an individual first-aid kit into your shooting bag might save your life. Here are some tips on the key items to include in your IFAK.

QuickClot Home

U.S. military-approved hemostatic bandage a must-pack addition to a first-aid kit and disaster preparedness supplies.

Tuff Products Offers Ankle Tourniquet Rig

Here's a great way to have first-aid supplies readily at hand without adding bulk to your daily garb.

Tactical Medical Solutions SOF Tactical Tourniquet

Should the worst happen, you'll want sturdy, stalwart gear to help save the day.

Tactical Medical Solutions Trauma Kit

Being preparing for the worst possibility means less time spent scrambling should the excrement impact the oscillating wind device.

Shooter Self-Care: The Range Emergency Medical Plan

Something we don't often think about is how to respond to medical emergencies while on the shooting range. Paramedic Kelly Grayson offers some potentially life-saving tips and ideas on how to best handle a bad situation on the range.

Trauma Kit and Medical Plan

Being able to treat wounds is an important component of a smart self-defense plan.

Shooter Self-Care: Providing Lifesaving Care

Learning these skills can be the thing that keeps you or a shooting buddy alive until professional help arrives, especially since many shooting ranges are well off the beaten path.

Individual First-Aid Kits (IFAK): Why You Need One

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.

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