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    I carry just the basics for myself and then usually carry some for the horses. I am more worried about the horses than myself but anything can happen at any time and I will probably be without something I need when the big one happens.

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    You don't need a medical suturing kit but you can buy blood clotting powder lots of places. It could be the difference between life and death if you get a gunshot or a laceration in the wrong place. Cabela's carries the Quickclot brand and it weighs 1.75 ounces. They also have it as part of a kit with gauze and such. http://www.cabelas.com/product/QuikC...h-All+Products

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    Walmart carries quick clot also.

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    This is going to sound weird by my wife is a veterinarian so I trust her on this one; carry some maxi pads for you trauma kit: they are relatively cheap, highly absorbent and well, sterile enough for, well, you know...

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    I like the small adventure medic kits. Fits in your pocket and has your 10 essentials

 

 

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