Here's a few pics of mine. Most concealed carry conversation on boards like this is about shooting the bad guy. Very little attention is paid to the bad guy shooting you or someone you care about. Denial is human nature. Everyone should have a blowout kit and know how to use its contents. Perhaps this can serve as a basic guide for building your own. A basic first responder course will teach you how to use most of what's in here. The contents of this kit are available from www.tacticalresponsegear.com and www.buyemp.com -- Props to my suppliers. I packed my kit in a maxpedition M5. It's clearly identified with the universal red cross. The blood type tag is mainly useless, but i keep it there for the CDI factor. Universal Precautions in the outside zipper pocket. Holds a few pairs. Cinch-tight Catostrophic Trauma Kit. Contains a cinch tight pressure bandage (can be applied with 1 hand) and a pair of individually wrapped primed gauze in a compact, vacuum sealed bag. in the same forward compartment is a CPR shield and a tourniquet (this type can be applied with 1 hand) the main compartment Occlusive Dressings (vasoline gauze) TraumaDEX. (or quick-clot, whatever you prefer. Both are great products that serve their intended purpose) A couple 5x9 gauze dressings And some kerlix Nasal Airways. These are the two most common sizes. Make sure one of the sizes you pack is YOUR size. Oral Airways. Again the most common sizes. Same rule applies, make sure one is your size. Finally, the Asherman Chest Seal for pneumothorax. Great piece of equipment. A lot quicker than making a 1 way valve out of a gum wrapper and tape.