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Adventure Medical Kits Hunter Kit

Adventure Medical Kits Hunter Kit

Adventure Medical Kits Hunter Kit

  • Administer cpr safely
  • Basecamp or backpack duty
  • Clean and close wounds
  • Dress bullet and arrow wounds
  • High visibility – day or night

The Hunter is built around the most common hunting trips – a medium-sized group out for up to a week – but really proves itself when those trips take you to uncommon locations. Fully-stocked with supplies to treat serious injuries when you are far from medical care, the Hunter guarantees you don’t need to be near a hospital to Be Safe. A detachable Field Trauma kit equips you for day trips away from base camp, and supplies like trauma pads, petrolatum gauze, and triangular bandages treat the most fequently sustained hunting/fishing injuries.

List Price: $ 72.03

Price: $ 72.03

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16 Comments/Reviews

  • Keith Micoli "Keith Micoli" says:
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Quality, compact, December 7, 2009
    By 
    Keith Micoli “Keith Micoli” (birmingham, al USA) –

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    This review is from: Adventure Medical Kits Hunter Kit (Health and Beauty)

    I think this is as complete an aid kit as you could get in this size. The kit is much smaller than I’d expected, about the size of a travel toiletries kit, would probably fit in most glove compartments. It is absolutely stuffed with gear, the only negative I can think of is that there really isn’t room to add much more to it and still zip it up. I managed to get a small pocketknife and a minimag flashlight, and will add a whistle and a small reflective blanket soon.
    The items are well-labelled and definitely seem high quality, the bandage scissors are very small but sharp and solid. The bag itself is a very strong nylon and there is an inner bag, held in place by velcro, designed to take out into the field. The first aid manual is small but covers a lot of ground and seems reasonably well-written. The kit also includes a few instruction cards covering basic first aid that will be useful.
    I think the price is a bit high, but you’d be hard pressed to build this kit from scratch for much less and I wanted something actually useful. If I never get my money’s worth out of it, I’ll count myself lucky. Overall, I think this was the best fit for my needs after searching and comparing everything I could find online. For an individual, it’s probably more than you need, but perfect for a family or small group.

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  • Myrtice Clouthier says:

    Like to take my son out bear hunting somewhere near North GA.

  • B. A. Dilger "floating world" says:
    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Adventure begins at home, March 12, 2011
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    B. A. Dilger “floating world” (Charlotte, NC USA) –

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    There seems to be some truth to the belief that left-handed persons are more accident prone than the majority. At least in my case I have always kept reading materials available like Gray’s Anatomy and it’s cousins in the medical field. It was with some chagrin a while back that I took stock of my resources for medical attention and found band-aids, triple-ointment, and a few other items hoary with age. Doing a little research led me to Adventure Medical Kits, the Hunter Kit. It had a good selection of routine remedies for outdoor activities and around-the-home mishaps, and invited expansion. The most important items I added were several QuikClot packets, Polar Pure water disinfectant, and potassium iodide tablets since I live within twenty miles of two nuclear power stations. The Hunter Kit listed it’s intended longetivity as 1-7 days for 1-7 people. It is a compact water-resistant bag stuffed to the max and fits into my Eastpack with plenty of room to spare for other essential components. In all, my medical resources have multiplied at a relativly moderate cost. Included with other ezy instructions is the excellant “A Comprehensive Guide To Wilderness and Travel Medicine” by Dr. Eric A. Weiss, with an overall view of emergency medicine outside urban care. A must item for outdoor enthusiests and homebodies alike. My only eye-opener was that many of the antibiotic ointments, sterile gauze, etc., were made in China. Now China can make high-quality products but I’d like some assurance when it relates to health-field products. So the Adventure Kit Hunter Kit looked nicely equipped and ezy to use. I’ll test it out.

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  • J. McClure says:
    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Very compact, July 4, 2009
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    J. McClure (St. Paul, MN) –
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    I bought this to have in the car and to take with us camping. It’s got a lot in it and my husband is very pleased with the range of items included. It’s extremely compact and well organized. I thought the price was a bit high but I guess you pay for the excellent organization and compactness. Definitely better than kits we’ve tried to assempble on our own in the past.

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  • Monalisa Nop says:

    ive always wanted to go ghost hunting because ghost just fascinates me is there any place that i can go that organizes ghost hunting trips for free or a price?
    btw i live in the ny area so places like nj and pa are good.

    i don’t just want to go to a haunted hotel and sleep there i actually want to stay up all night and hunt with all the equipment!

    thanks!

  • GOD KING KNOTTY 888 says:

    Shamus…obviously, like Rush, you’ve never witnessed the movement of a presidential aircraft

  • Angelique says:

    The problem is all i have is a simple digital video camera. I need to find a way to film what I see when looking down the barrel. Any ideas?

  • Graziela Beccari says:

    My son was invited on a hunting trip with some friends and their dads. I’ve heard that a lot of times hunting trips are legitimate but other times they’re just ways to molest. What is your experience and please tell the truth
    Who’s Newell?

  • Ryan Bruening says:

    I am looking for a guided hunting trip for my dad for Christmas but the ones I have found are way expensive. Anyone know where I can look?

  • safiera gassani says:

    Mainly what type (binocular or monocular) and what power, any brand or model recommendations…
    Looking for light, easy to use and carry and budget priced.

  • Manuel Fuentes says:

    I tend to like lazy vacations, but sometimes I go with guys fishing and stuff, and there’s usually one or two that seem more tense about getting out there and conquering two or three times a day than just relaxing and possibly just sitting around the cabin. They seem to judge those that hang back and those that tell them “relax, we’re on vacation.”
    What’s up with this and how to deal with it?

  • Game-b says:

    ive always wanted to go ghost hunting because ghost just fascinates me is there any place that i can go that organizes ghost hunting trips for free or a price?
    btw i live in the ny area so places like nj and pa are good.

    i don’t just want to go to a haunted hotel and sleep there i actually want to stay up all night and hunt with all the equipment!

    thanks!

  • Marisa Demos says:

    My son was invited on a hunting trip with some friends and their dads. I’ve heard that a lot of times hunting trips are legitimate but other times they’re just ways to molest. What is your experience and please tell the truth
    Who’s Newell?

  • Alfonso Rascon says:

    Shamus…obviously, like Rush, you’ve never witnessed the movement of a presidential aircraft

  • greg12332003 says:

    My son was invited on a hunting trip with some friends and their dads. I’ve heard that a lot of times hunting trips are legitimate but other times they’re just ways to molest. What is your experience and please tell the truth
    Who’s Newell?

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