Galco Introduces Ankle Trauma Medical Kit

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posted on September 25, 2018
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Galco Gunleather has introduced a ATM-KIT (Ankle Trauma Kit) designed for everyday carry of medical tools and supplies used by first responders, gun carriers or any prepraredness-minded individual.

The ATM-KIT’s high-grade neoprene band offers secure hook-and-loop closure and five neoprene pockets of various widths, each with a retention strap for security. It accommodates tools and equipment like tourniquets, strap cutters, knives, multi-tools, bandages, clotting agents or other emergency rescue and first-aid gear.

The ATM-KIT fits ankle/boot circumferences up to 16". For those who wear boots or have larger legs, a Boot Extender is available which increases circumference up to 5". The ATM-KIT does not include tools or supplies (shown for illustration purposes), only the pocketed ankle cuff and retention straps. Emergency rescue tools and first aid supplies are sold separately by other sources.

The ATM-KIT is ambidextrous and available in black and sells for $69.95. For more, visit GalcoGunleather.com.

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