Recap from Part I and II...
Gloves aren't the end all be all, but they allow you to "get your hands dirty" without getting them too dirty. ABD pads don't cover all the bases, but they beat the hell out of letting someone bleed all over the place. Stepping it up a bit is an idea for a "fuller" kit used for on body carry...this one isn't so much about what's in your kit, but more about how to carry a kit.
I don't like having a kit stuffed in my pocket. I almost always wear a belt, hence...I want an IFAK that is "Belt Fed". I could buy a kit (pouch) or make one up, I prefer making my own to fit my needs and I thought an AR based IFAK pouch would be a slick option and hopefully push other to build a kit that they will actually wear! I break it all down below...
Personal Needs / Desires:
Results - Soft Pouches:
Results - Hard Pouches:
Results - Hybrid (Taco Style) Pouches:
Alright, so what's in the IFAK stuffed into the Scorpion...I went with bleeding control focused kit and built two of them
After running two of these for a year or so now at a variety of courses and competitions I feel that they both have not only met, but exceeded their initial goals. They are easy to carry, easy onto and off of the belt, and are easy to deploy from.
On Body IFAK #3: AR Magazine Pouch IFAK
Again, this is just one option out of countless that allows you to pack some sort of IFAK on your person, you owe it to yourself and those around you to be prepared for those problems that don't fit into the "Gun Problem" category.
Stay safe, Do Work, Help Others!
V/r - Rob