Supplies to Treat Gunshot Wounds On Hand?

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  • I do not have any gunshot wound/trauma (GSW) supplies or the skills to use them.

    30 35.29%
  • I have at least basic GSW supplies (tourniquet, clotting agent) but no knowledge of their use.

    1 1.18%
  • I have at least basic GSW supplies (tourniquet, clotting agent) and basic knowledge on their use but no advanced training.

    28 32.94%
  • I have at least basic GSW supplies (tourniquet, clotting agent) and professional training in their use.

    11 12.94%
  • I have above and beyond the basic trauma supplies (please elaborate) and no professional training in their use.

    0 0%
  • I have above and beyond the basic trauma supplies (please elaborate) and professional training in their use.

    3 3.53%
  • I have all of the supplies, the training to use them and have used them in a occupational or volunteer basis.

    12 14.12%
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    I'm well aware of what can happen if it isn't done right I was attempting to be funny.
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    Forget that needle stuff!
    I just carry a nice selection of chest tubes!

    But seriously, I have the training and experience, but all I have in my car is a pack of baby wipes, and a band aid in my wallet.

    I should get better prepared.

    But don't knock the baby wipes. Very useful.
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