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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.

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: Glock G19 Gen4 Pistol in a Blackhawk Stache Holster

In today's episode of "I Carry," we feature an updated Glock G19 Gen4 with new Trijicon DI night sights carried in a Blackhawk Stache holster with a MyMedic Every Carry Kit medical kit.

First Look: High Speed Gear ReVive Medical Pouch

High Speed Gear recently launched the ReVive Medical Pouch, their newest low-profile medical pouch.

First Look: Tactical Medical Solutions RISE Splint

Tactical Medical Solutions, LLC (TacMed), is introducing the RISE (Rigid Immobilization System for Extremities) in support of trained first responders both on the battlefield and on the streets.

First Look: MyMedic MyFAK Large First Aid Kit

MyMedic has recently introduced its top selling first aid kit, the MyFAK, in a Large format which features more supplies and a larger format than ever.

I Carry: Kimber Micro9 Triari Pistol in a DeSantis Holster

Today’s episode of "I Carry" features a Kimber MIcro9 Triari 1911-style pistol in a DeSantis Mini Scabbard holster with a Blue Force Gear Micro Trauma Kit NOW first aid kit.

Review: Blue Force Gear Trauma Kit NOW! Medical Kit

Being prepared for the worst-case scenario means you’re equipped to deal with everything in between.

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?

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.

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