What do you do when you get shot? Learn from Tyler White how to use a tourniquet, what you should have in your medical kit, and the best way to pack a wound.
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Frank Corl | February 27, 2022
While this is great info on first aid for a gun shot wound, in a SHTF scenario, your more than likely NOT going to be going to a hospital.
We will need to find the info on how to repair these wounds on our own if possible, because many of us wont have the luxury of a doctor down the street, so to speak.
Just something to think about long term.
Leam | February 28, 2022
As Frank (above) said. This is first aid, which is good, however repair knowledge is required. Open incision, anesthesia, ligature, debridement, cautery, varied tissue and organ repair, etc, Prepping is more than just guns, food storage, first aid, and camp survival. Learn all you can, as there may be no one there to finish the job, but you.
Scott | November 18, 2022
I agree with Frank, when SHTF, there won’t be any help, need stuff to survive without medical help.