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  1. #11
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    Check out the Chinook Med TMK IFAK Pouch

    http://www.chinookmed.com/cgi-bin/it...rt-%28Empty%29

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    Quote Originally Posted by gearedforacure View Post
    is anything attached to that quick pull tab, or do you just pull that and everything pops out, like a pull tab under AAA batteries?
    Nope, nothing attached. Everything will just pop out like you described.
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    check out ITS tactical

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCast265 View Post
    I use the HSGI bleeder on my belt and really like it, carries what you need without being too small but is small enough you don't try to put the kitchen sink in it. My tourniquet is on the side and is easy to access.
    ^^^^^^^ This. OP, the HSGI is perfect for your needs.

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    Get this one and put it at the small of your back. Save on belt space and you have a bit of extra lumbar support, plus you can grab it from either side if you are injured. For reference, I bought several ifaks that were oriented vertically before grabbing this one and I would never go away from this design.

    https://sotechtactical.com/collectio...ducts/vfifaka1

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    A couple years ago I started moving towards IFAKs that are centered on the lower back-- it's easy access by either hand if something were to happen, out of the way, and frees up real-estate elsewhere. I believe Sotech was one of the first to start the centered-back IFAK trend.

    I've used the LBT-9022B pouch quite a bit and really like it for how low-profile it is. If you want to test it out as a proof-of-concept without worrying about spending big money, their off-shore subsidiary, LBX Tactical, makes that exact same pouch at a much lower cost.
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    I don't have anything to do with this company other than ordering from them a few times with no issues. I appreciated that they swapped out a belt that i found too large for a size smaller no issues.

    IMHO, this is THE BEST IFAK I've found for the size. You will not find a better thought out or better packaged IFAK.

    https://wildertactical.com/collectio...-first-aid-kit

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    Another decent option and only $20 is the NAR Eagle. https://www.rescue-essentials.com/sp...fak-bag-empty/

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    Here is a great, budget friendly option.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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    I not aware of anything small enough to carry on your person in normal clothes unless you have big cargo pockets.

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