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Med Bag Setup With The Highland Tactical Pointer

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Today we take a look at our med bag setup with the Highland Tactical Pointer. Everyone needs some type of first aid, IFAK or med kit. If you have thoughts, ideas, questions or comments on some of the best items to keep around in case of an emergency, please let us know in the comment below.

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Mark Alaskan
Mark Alaskan 4 months ago

Great video though.. was just a couple suggestions.. don’t forget the giardia thing... blessings

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CloverTac Productions
CloverTac Productions 4 months ago

thanks and thanks for the tips, have gotten a lot of tips on things i had never thought about.... that is sort of the whole point :)

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Mark Alaskan
Mark Alaskan 4 months ago

Also, not sure if I saw surgical rubber gloves or not. If not I am sure you just forgot them. I would triple up on alcohol wipes too..

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CloverTac Productions
CloverTac Productions 4 months ago

there are way more alcohol wipes than were shown and there were also way more surgical gloves than were shown, covered there

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Mark Alaskan
Mark Alaskan 4 months ago

Ok.. good kit. A couple things I would recommend that I have learned from experience living remote. First thing is a very basic fire starter kit or ferro rod type thing. Second would be a length of 3/8 amsteel line. It is nearly the same size as paracord, but able to support way more weight and able to support a rescue and fits anywhere in your bag. Third would be a simple Juice foil pack like orange juice, and a couple of fruit and nut bars would help somebody suffering from diabetic distress, which happens often in wilderness situations. An anti bio like Metronidazole or Tinidazole will really help somebody that manages to get giardia or many other intestinal bad boys. You don’t have to drink infected water to get it, and can be spread person to person or many ways in a camping or survival situation where sanitation may be lacking. Even a wet dog can give it to you. If you have ever had it once, you will know exactly what it is. And most doctors have no trouble prescribing it if you tell them what you need it for. A very basic thermometer is small and would be wonderful to have as well. And some crazy glue would also be grand as it takes up tiny space but is wonderful for cuts not requiring stitching. I know my suggestions may seem to go a bit beyond maybe, but when med help is a ways out, experience has shown me what I wished I had in my kit..

Have a blessed day,
AlaskanGuy

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CloverTac Productions
CloverTac Productions 4 months ago

fire starter... in the range bag (bug bag) not the med bag, but there is a lighter in there i did not mention. paraccord also in the bug bag not the med bag. guess i should have mentioned that i actually have access to 4 bags in the truck. :) YES, have thought about the diabetic thing and adding something like that, need to and will do that for sure. never thought of a thermometer either, hmm, not sure why i would really need that but couldn't hurt. definitely need to get some skin glue for sure. there have been several things mention on various platforms that are interesting additions. thing is, we all pretty much tailor our med kits for the likely things we deal with. for me, i deal far more with poison ivy, insect stings, cuts, scrapes, headaches and silly things like that more than anything.

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