First-Aid Kits On The Shooting Range Save Lives
EXETER, NH –-(Ammoland.com)- A brief lapse of attention can alter the course of your life or someone else’s life in an instant.
That’s why it’s imperative that we carry a first-aid kit anytime we are out on the shooting range.
Here are a few helpful tips on how to set yourself up for success.
- Obtain the training necessary to successfully deploy and utilize the med kit on both yourself and someone else. Know your kit and how to use it before you NEED to!
- Get a med kit that is simple to use in a stressful situation, yet yields maximum benefit. It needs to be lightweight, compact, durable and easily accessed.
- Keep a tourniquet (preferably two) readily available and ensure that you and your shooting partners know how to use them.
- Practice, practice, practice! Deploy the tourniquet with both dominant and non-dominant hands and apply it to yourself and others. Want to learn more? Contact us and get the information on our “Bullets and Bandages” course.
Don’t bet your life on training that’s ‘good enough’, come to SIG SAUER Academy and get the best.
About the SIG SAUER Academy
The SIG SAUER Academy is located on 150+ acres in Epping, New Hampshire. In operation since 1990, the SIG SAUER Academy’s world renowned instructors provide courses for law enforcement, military and responsible citizens worldwide. Facilities include state-of-the-art shooting ranges and tactical training areas. www.sigsaueracademy.com.
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