Not ashamed to say I'm leaking many happy/relieved tears as I write this. In a recent reply to one of my posts, senior Walther forums member Erich Baumer talked about the importance of EDC medical gear. How right hi is! My EDC trauma kits are modified TacMed "LAPD" kits, one in my vehicle, one on my duty belt. (They run about $125) It saved my dogs life last week. He jumped into a ravine and landed on a stray hunting arrow, buried under deep snow. It lacerated his brachial artery. Trauma pad, Celox A (hemostatic powder) and dressing prevented hypovolemic shock or death from volume loss. Got him to a ranch with a resident equine vet and she saved him. He will make a100% recovery. Without that kit, he'd be gone and part of me with him. Thank God. Please carry a trauma kit! Even if it's just barrier devices and a pressure bandage!
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