Originally Posted By: Taurus
Thatís as good a FA kit as any. Looks like a lot of thought went into it.

Thank you. I borrowed ideas from a variety of sources, including military kits. However, when applying that to my kit, I went with the civilian version when possible.

Originally Posted By: Taurus
If I have spare space anywhere in my kit I put more shell dressings or compressed gauze in there.

I'm not familiar with the term "shell dressings."

Originally Posted By: Taurus
If you ever find yourself in Ontario shoot me a PM and I can hook you up with all sorts of trauma stuff for your kit.

Thank you; I don't see myself in Ontario any time soon.

Originally Posted By: Taurus
Job perk. They keep giving me new stuff all the time and they never want the old stuff back. That, and Iíve a few friends who are medics so they are always giving me swag to try. Iíve amassed so much of the stuff over my career I could probably stock a small ER. Iím too frugal to turn down swag of any kind.

I have enough spare parts that I could build a kit for someone who needs it.

Jeanette Isabelle
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