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Availability date: 09/16/2021
Material: Made of high quality Cordura composite fabric
Can be deployed with one finger
Consists of the outer MOLLE medical pouch with attachment system and a removable inner supply carriage
Single column of MOLLE minus slots on top
Replaceable cross indicator
Dimensions (cm): 24 (L)x 16 (W) x 4 (H)
Weight (gram): 200
Package includes: Pouch x 1
The TMC Heavy Duty Quick Draw Micro Trauma Medical Pouch is an emergency access EDC trauma kit that can be deployed with one finger. The TMC Heavy Duty Quick Draw Micro Trauma Medical Pouch is a first aid pouch that was designed to hold the contents of the Army IFAK but can be configured to almost any emergency medical loadout or tactical first aid kit. It consists of two main components V the outer MOLLE medical pouch with attachment system and a removable inner supply carriage. The outer pouch is slightly tapered to make for easy removal, despite how full or empty the inner carriage may be. The inner carriage consists of six rows of various sized heavy-duty elastic loops to keep medical essentials secure but visible. A center loop field can be used to secure pill packs or other smaller items with sticky hook tape (not included). A large pocket towards the bottom can fit a Quikclot bandage, chest seals, or other flatter supplies. The inner carrier is deployed by pulling the tab with the ball detail up and out of the outer pouch. The design of the pouch combined with ball detail enables the TMC Heavy Duty Quick Draw Micro Trauma Medical Pouch to be deployed with gloved hands in the dark, cold, or wet environments, or one finger if need be. The top flap of the carriage uses hook and loop to close on the outer pouch or on itself when removed for passing off to a teammate in need. A single column of MOLLE minus slots on top are fully MOLLE compatible and provides a great location for a Single Pistol Pouch for a flashlight or multi-tool, or the tourniquet. A cross indicator is laser cut on the top flap and can be changed to black or left out for maximum conceivability.