Special thanks to Josh Kinser at Texas Trophy Hunters and Trophy Hunters TV for mentioning our hunting kits during his “After the Hunt” segment on the Outdoor Channel. Click the following link to see Josh and his segment: Your browser does not support iframes. http://www.outdoorchannel.com/showafter.aspx?show-id=1025
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Rifle season is already open in many parts of the country. In other parts, it opened this week. This report from southern Illinois emphasizes the need for hunter safety and especially firearms safety. For the best in trauma preparedness, carry a TMS Outdoors Hunter’s Trauma Kit.
Should the worst happen, you’ll want sturdy, stalwart gear to help save the day. A special thanks to Jay Grazio at Shooting Illustrated for putting our Special Operations Tactical Tourniquet in his Across the Editor’s Desk blog. This tourniquet comes in every TMS Outdoors trauma kit!
Animal attacks are a reality. TMS Outdoors Trauma Kits will provide life-saving medical equipment for times like this. Warning: Video contains graphic images. Check out the story.
An excellent article on the importance of safety while hunting. As the article states, “one in three hunters will have some sort of incident with a tree stand in their hunting career.” Use a tree stand harness and make sure you carry a proper trauma kit, not a first aid kit, into the woods with […]
According to the DoD’s Defense Casualty Analysis System, during 2010 & 2011 there were 10,471 soldiers wounded in action in Afghanistan. During that same time period, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) there were 14,881 gun and tree stand related hunting injuries in the United States. The US military trusts TMS medical kits […]
TMS Outdoors will be heading to Ft. Worth, Texas this week to participate in the NBS Trade Show (Nations Best Sports). We will have our new line of hunting/outdoors trauma kits on display for sporting goods buyers in an effort to bring these high quality medical kits to more retailers near you.
The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department, Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife and South Carolina DNR all carry our Tac Med Solutions (TMS) kits. Why? Because they know that if you’re alone in the woods and something bad happens, you’d better be prepared with the best life saving tools available.
Thanks to Michael Maher from longrangehunting.com for putting this write up on our Olaes Bandage in his article “Medical Considerations in the Back Country.” “A roll of 4 inch wide gauze is very handy to wrap wounds and comes in a very small package. It is usually easier to use than its smaller 2-inch counterpart. […]
SHOT Show is the largest and most comprehensive trade show for all professionals involved with the shooting sports, hunting, and law enforcement industries. TMS Outdoors had a great week! We got the green light from both Realtree and Mossy Oak, have almost 50 retailers wanting to carry our products, and were invited on a few […]