Saul Overman Survival reviewing U.S. Military Individual First Aid Kit Belt Pouch

Saul Overman Survival reviewing U.S. Military Individual First Aid Kit Belt Pouch. We discuss some of the things to look for in a good first aid kit.

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Shawn Swigart says:

well that all depends on what supplies are in the kit. The genuine military kits do have better and more useable supplies, but they can be old. You can get a good container like a military one and then buy your own supplies from a drug store or medical supply place (or a vet supply or farm supply store)

akaratekid1 says:

Do water purification tablets go stale plz tell me

angryagain68 says:

That is the very same kit i was issued back in the mid 90’s. I still have mine, and it go’s along with every hunting trip. The only down sides that i have found, the hinge on the box is prone to breaking, and it is a little bulky. Great kits though.

Dylan Boyd says:

how’s it connect to a web belt

Woody says:

Dude the eye bandage expired in 97′ change that shit out…lol

Zakia Sewell says:

where do you get the hole kit

NoProGoPronto says:

I just bought the knock off kit last week. I was surprised it had pretty good stuff in it like a 4inx4in dressing sponge, non-aspirin, oval eye pads, a sterile gauze roll, 3″compress bandage, tape, burn cream, iodine pads and lots of other good stuff. The whole kit was $7. And it didn’t have a ton of band-aids. I thought is was a pretty good deal.

Dylan Fanelli says:

Needs a knife

Dom Yare says:

Woody you listen here mate this man is making videos for us to watch instead when he could be walking on the beach

Martin4eto Krstev says:

I think this package need’s an alcohol

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