Combat Rescue Sling (C.R.S.)

MSRP: $62.99
$59.99
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NSN # 4220-01-571-4851

The Combat Rescue Sling (CRS) is a low cost,lightweight solution that facilitates the rapid extrication of casualties. The CRS reduces weight during a drag, lift, or carry by creating mechanical advantage. This can give you that needed extra time and energy to increase battlefield survivability.

  • Used to drag or carry injured to safety.
  • Rugged and reliable
  • Compact and portable.
  • Rated at 4,500 pounds.
  • A low cost, high strength rescue option.
  • Meets NFPA 1983 (06ED) and OSHA standards.

Dimensions (Packaged): 3.5" W x 6" H x 1.5" D (packaged)
Weight: 9 oz

 

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  • 5
    Combat Rescue Sling

    Posted by Unknown on 01 02 2018

    Well designed and very versatile for patient evacuation in active shooter incidents, only drawback is if you have a very large patient 250+, dragging instead of carrying. I keep one in my knife and gun club kit

  • 5
    Combat Rescue Sling

    Posted by Unknown on 01 02 2018

    Well designed and very versatile for patient evacuation in active shooter incidents, only drawback is if you have a very large patient 250+, dragging instead of carrying. I keep one in my knife and gun club kit

  • 5
    Combat rescue sling

    Posted by Unknown on 05 15 2017

    Simple and yet well made. I carry one in our active shooter kit along with a rescue essentials soft litter. I like it for it's adaptability to any situation.

  • 5
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    Posted by Al on 03 30 2015

    It takes a little longer to apply than a traditional DRAG handle/sling, but for the Size, and the Price, and the Multi-Variable applications, it's well worth the 1"x5"x3" space in your pack or MED bag.

  • 4
    Multiple applicationsoutside of

    Posted by Unknown on 02 10 2014

    I've been looking for a simple system for evacuating an unconscious person from a ski-lift chair. The simplicity of this system makes it very attractive and portable. With some testing and possible modification, I expect we will find a way to integrate this into advanced lift evacuation situations to safely lower a non-responsive guest from a lift chair.