Concealed Carry Trauma Kit

$69.99
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SKU:
30-0975

The Rescue Essentials Concealed Carry Trauma Kit may seem minimalist, but this IFAK offers considerable capability for stopping traumatic bleeding. Designed for truly discrete carry, the QC version (containing QuikClot® LE) is only about ¾" thick, while the Celox™ version (containing Celox™ Rapid) is just under 1" thick. Weighing just 5.7 ounces, either version will fit in the standard back pocket of street clothes, and will not bulge or create any discomfort for the user.

The Concealed Carry Trauma Kit Contains:

1   SWAT-T Tourniquet (can also be used as a pressure dressing)
1   Hemostatic Gauze (either Celox or Quickclot LE)
1   Pair Nitrile Gloves

The SWAT-T tourniquet doubles as a pressure dressing cover, while the hemostatic agents enable the responder to deal with major arterial bleeding. A pair of nitrile gloves is included for the user's protection.       

Features
  • Vacuum-packed for durability and reduced cubic volume
  • Includes hemostatic gauze, SWAT-T™ tourniquet and gloves
  • Ultra-Thin Profile

Dimensions: 5"H x 4½"W x 1"D
Weight: 5.5 oz

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  • 5
    Great for concealed carry

    Posted by Unknown on 03 01 2018

    Bought this for my wife and me. For concealed carry in case I need it

  • 4
    Easy carry

    Posted by Unknown on 04 23 2015

    So far this kit is easy to carry in my 5.11 pants for everyday carry. It is not bulky like my IPOK which is what I take to the range.

  • 5
    excellent kit

    Posted by carlos huerta on 10 18 2014

    After looking at several methods off carrying a small truam a kit i came upon this kit and decided to try it. All i can say is that the kit packs a punch and works great for carrying in a pocket or rushpack i bought 2 kits for me and my wife.

  • 3
    Good Concept

    Posted by Jeff G on 08 01 2014

    Concept is compact, but perhaps impractical. I've recently changed my opinion on clotting agents. So I threw out the Celox with the packaging. Ran out of time to refund. Should have done my research. A better packet would be a SWAT, H&H gauze, gloves and a CPR shield. It would be just as compact and do the same or more for less.

    RESCUE ESSENTIALS COMMENT:
    If time is not of essence and the Responder is well trained in wound-packing, Jeff's point applies. (We can make that configuration upon request). However, in an Active Shooter or similarly urgent situation, hemostatic agents save lives and TIME.

  • 5
    Easy Concealment

    Posted by Glenn Trodd on 03 04 2014

    This is a powerful concealable kit, that can go with you anywhere. You can have the biggest and best trauma kit... but if it's not with you, it's not worth a damn!!!

  • 5
    Sleek and light

    Posted by Craig Beaulac on 02 14 2014

    Great product for conceal carry, also another good place is to put it behind a ballistic plate in body armor to have the product right at your disposal.

  • 5
    Excellent Addition to my EDC Gear

    Posted by Scott Currie on 02 03 2014

    I carry a much bigger "blow-out"kit on my ankle at work. This kit is a perfect for my of work every day carry..

  • 4
    Small Yet Powerful

    Posted by CM in NM on 02 01 2014

    After talking with the guy's at Rescue-Essentials
    and explaining what I was looking for, they recommended this kit. I got the one with the Celox Rapid after I read several articles and watched a few video's about it.
    As a CCW license holder I feel that this kit gives me the tools to save myself or someone else if thing's go bad.
    It fit's in the back pocket of my jeans or slack's and is comfortable when sitting or driving for long period's.