Our partner company, Mountain Man Medical, has released two new trauma kits explicitly designed for those of us who hear the call of the outdoors. If you’re not familiar with Mountain Man Medical, here is a quick introduction. Trauma Kits for Outdoorsmen: The overarching goal of Mountain Man Medical (MMM) is to get high-quality trauma […]
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One benefit from Law Enforcement’s adoption of body-worn cameras is the numerous videos of officers providing emergency trauma aid to injured people across the country. Sometimes they do a great job, sometimes not so great. Either way, the videos have brought to life the importance of having access to basic emergency trauma gear and understanding […]
A guide to helping the American gun owner travel to and navigate United States National Parks while legally and safely carrying a firearm for self-defense.
Every so often, we hear stories of folks who had to defend themselves against the four-legged predators most of us do not think about for our everyday carry gun options. People often have a skewed thought process of what is acceptable for defense against an angry animal, like a bear, moose, elk, and others. My […]
I’ve been getting geeky lately about first aid and trauma management. While I’m still no expert I’ve been surrounding myself with a lot of EMT, Medic, and Corpsman experts recently as well as consuming a lot training content and courses. One thing I’ve been considering lately is the value in having a kit that […]
Riley Bowman and Jacob Paulsen tackle a very valid question: what are the best practices for defending oneself or one’s campsite, tent, RV, etc. when out enjoying the great outdoors? How can we limit our risk from both human and animal threats?