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 […]
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In February our sister company, Mountain Man Medical launched The Yellowstone which is the most affordable, quality personal trauma kit on the market to date. However, they’ve seen your questions and they finally have a solution for you. Many people have asked, why doesn’t the Yellowstone come with any first-aid items? They even had one customer write […]
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 […]
A live Q&A broadcast that was aired in February 2020 as a wrapup to the Trauma Care Summit. Riley and Jacob Paulsen discuss what makes up a good medkit, how they made the decisions about what is included in the Mountain Man Medical Trauma Kits and take questions from the live audience.
Anyone who’s done a few weeks of hard labor knows a belt isn’t just a fashionable accessory. Belts are a tool which not only hold up your pants, but keep you equipment securely around your hips. Ever since early humans twisted long grass into rope to keep the newly made flint knife close at hand; […]
Today’s concealed carriers are, at least by my observations, an increasingly sophisticated lot, expanding their skills repertoire beyond shooting to include discips like facility security, team tactics, and emergency medical intervention. Pursuant to that, many who carry guns, including myself, now carry tourniquets (TQs) too. With proper training on the tourniquet of your choice, your […]