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dragon rouge wrote:Ididnt see any and many will hate the suggestion but feminine napkins make great wound dressings for the money.
Trip Wire 6 wrote:
2. To Erik. Your IFAK rocks, especially the contents. The bag though, the M3 military issue Combat Life Saver Bag (or it used to be) certainly does the job, especially if it's sitting in the back of your car or on the shelf at home or in the office. To carry this bag on the run or humping for miles and miles makes for one hell of a nuisance. I first came to know this bag when I was selected to be a combat life saver in the Army. I felt special and of course I loved new gear. But I soon came to realize that the bage was the biggest hassle in the field. Trying to run, low crawl or hump a ruck sack with that thing dangling form my shoulder, I would sooner dump everything into a big ziploc and store it in my 3-day pack or ruck sack.
Just some food for thought. Thanks for sharing.
crypto wrote:Space blankets would be fucking great if we lived in space, where there's no such thing as convection, and all heat loss was radiant.
Unfortunately, we dont, and air currents carry far more heat than simple radiation. I've found space blankets do little more than stop the wind.
Erik wrote:quackfiend wrote:Btw Eric, i didn't see a light in your otherwise awesome kit. Have you added one or are you planning to?
I have a light on my keychain.
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