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 Post subject: Best Drop-leg rig
PostPosted: Wed Jul 17, 2013 4:38 am 
The New Guy

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I have been looking around for a good drop-leg medic rig and was wondering if you guys had any ideas. It can be a dedicated med pouch or a molle panel+pouch. As a TEMS guy, I need something a little bit bigger than a standard IFAK. I say this because all the people I have asked this in the past have only referred me to IFAKs. Anyway, just want to see if there is a good, made-in-USA dl pouch out there.
Thanks guys,
Aiden


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 Post subject: Re: Best Drop-leg rig
PostPosted: Wed Jul 17, 2013 7:16 am 
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Bigger than this?
http://www.narescue.com/portal.aspx?CN= ... D65919088F
http://www.narescue.com/media/NAR/produ ... eg-Rig.pdf

Just the pouch/bag;
http://www.narescue.com/Portal.aspx?CN=392FE8F080F6

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 Post subject: Re: Best Drop-leg rig
PostPosted: Wed Jul 17, 2013 2:33 pm 
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What do you need to carry?

I ran a medic leg rig by AWS, it's big, but it's nothing more than two big pouches without dividers/organizers, plus a sleeve for bandage scissors.

The only other thing i can think of is combining one of those NAR pouches with an utility pouch on a Molle panel.


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 Post subject: Re: Best Drop-leg rig
PostPosted: Wed Jul 17, 2013 5:14 pm 
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I would strongly recommend AGAINST a leg rig, as leg mounted items has a tendency to interfere with movement over a wide spectrum of situations.

I take it this is a squad/team pouch, meant to be used by you on a team-mate when his IFAK supplies have been used, and not as an addition to your own IFAK?

Is so, I would recommend a bag like one of these:

TT First Responder Bag:
http://www.optactical.com/tatafirebag.html

NARP High Risk Warrant Casualty Kit:
http://narescue.com/portal.aspx?CN=91B9 ... D65919088F

Tac Med Solutions Patrol Aid Bag:
https://www.tacmedsolutions.com/store/P ... ductID=211

Tac Med Solutions Raid Bag:
https://www.tacmedsolutions.com/store/P ... oductID=68

A few follow up questions, is this pouch intended for 1 or 2 patients? If it is laid out for 1 pt, the above should suffice. For 2 pt's, you need something bigger.


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 Post subject: Re: Best Drop-leg rig
PostPosted: Thu Jul 18, 2013 1:51 am 
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Thanks for the replies guys, to answer the follow-up question: this is my downed officer kit, so yes, it is for one person. I like the Raid Bag, but I can't mount things on my back because the Dept. medics all wear the big "MEDIC" patch across the back.


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