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Why Carry TMS Outdoors Trauma Kits?

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 at NBS Tradeshow

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.

Do you live in Texas, Kentucky, or South Carolina?

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.

Blog: Medical Considerations in the Back Country

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. […]

TMS at SHOT Show in Las Vegas

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 […]