People often ask me if a person who shoots someone should also give medical aid to that person. I think the question is valid and worth some consideration. Should you help someone you shot unintentionally — Let’s start with an unintentional shooting victim. Maybe the person you shot is a friend or family member, a […]
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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 […]
As a savvy consumer, you need to know, not only the difference between the terms First-Aid kit and Trauma Kit, but also the best practices and strategies related to the use, storage, and deployment of these tools. Getting the Vocabulary Right – What Is What A First-Aid Kit: A kit generally meant to address every […]
It’s a rare occurrence where we release a new blog. In fact, it seems like we’re releasing new podcasts faster than we’re releasing new blogging platforms. (Which, by the way, you can listen to our podcasts on this page.) I guess there’s a reason for that, the ConcealedCarry.com blog is large. Massive, even. Some people […]
Today, Riley and Matthew take time to answer listener questions that have come in recently including topics like: “Budget handgun options”, “Why wasn’t there a CCWer to respond to the El Paso shooter and stop him?”, “Options for carrying medical gear”, and “How do I choose the best self-defense ammo?
I’m not going to pretend to be a first aid expert. We’ve got Brian for that and he’s already covered a good amount of first aid stuff for us. I learned some stuff while in the Marines, but I have to admit, being married to a Registered Nurse has kind of spoiled me. She has […]