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ACTIVE SHOOTER RESPONSE: BattlBox Gear For When You Really Need It | Rescue Gear, Medical Bag, More

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The unfortunate reality is that people who want to be prepared in life may want to start thinking about how they would respond in an active shooter scenario. This month’s BattlBox is all about helping in a situation where many people are injured. This gear is timely and if you know how to use it, you might save a life…or many lives.

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7 thoughts on “ACTIVE SHOOTER RESPONSE: BattlBox Gear For When You Really Need It | Rescue Gear, Medical Bag, More

  1. Really intelligent way to get people to think more about the need to keep a medical kit! It’s sad we have to think that way, but it’s the world we live in today. Everyone talks about how to prevent school shootings. Arming teachers, banning firearms, etc. A good start would be bring God back into our Schools.

  2. I liked the blood type stickers for my ifac. I’ve never thought of putting my personal information in it, but it’s really a no-brainer. I also liked the triage tags; God forbid one should ever need to use them, but they save a lot of otherwise wasted time when time is life. Thanks for a great review.

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