I have a surplus recon mountaineer CLS bag in coyote brown for my car. We have these also at my Army Reserve unit and I think they are solid bags and recommend anyone looking for a med bag that's fairly compact and durable. I wish it had MOLLE paneling but overall a versatile bag.
Breakdown of Components:
- mojo shears with retractor, stethoscope
- 8 x nitrile gloves in various pockets, face shield
- 4 x CAT
- 4 x combat gauze
- 3 x 4 in ace wraps and 1 x Coban wrap
- multi pack of NPAs and OPAs of various sizes
- 2 x twin pack of chest seals
- 2 x decompression needles
- 3 x kerlix and 3 x Israeli bandages
- 2 x cravats
- space blanket
- medications: chewable aspirin, Benadryl, neosporin, hydrocortisone cream, ibuprofen,
- CPR mask
- SAM splint
I put two of the CATs on the shoulder strap held with rubber bands for easy access along with dummy corded tape.
I had a much larger bag before with advanced airways and IV supplies and a BVM but it wasn't handy for anything that I really could reasonably do as a bystander providing aid prior to EMS arrival. This is much easier for hiking and takes up much less room in my car.
Edited by muaddib1, 08 April 2016 - 02:48 PM.