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    USGI medical supplies, fresh out of the crate

    I have several sizes of the army trauma/field dressings available:

    4"x7" Dressing - $1.50

    7.5"x8" dressing - $2.50

    11.75"x11.75" - $3.50

    OD Cravat/Triangular bandage - $1.50

    all prices plus shipping


    The picture shows the dressings in package & unfolded to give an idea of the size.

    Picture of Dressings


    Army Issue First Aid Pouch - approx6"x4"x3", OD green nylon w/ snap closure & alice clips - $4 delivered CONUS (4/$12)

    Pic of first aid pouch


    "Battle Pack" - First aid pouch w/ (6) 4x7 field dressings - $14, delivered CONUS


    USGI Medical Waterproof bag: similar to dry bags used for rafting, etc… Rectangular, made of black rubberized cloth, w/ carrying handle & shoulder straps. Approx. 18”x12”x9”

    $15, delivered by FedEx ground
    Waterproof Bag Pic

    Army Stretcher –collapsible, approx. 90”long x 20”wide

    $20 – available for pickup in CT only (shipping is outrageous on these)
    Stretcher Pic


    MAST antishock trousers
    new, w/ carry bag, pump & instruction card

    $60, delivered by FedEx Ground

    Anti-shock trousers Pic


    Flynn BVM (manual respirator) set - reusable set includes 4 oral airways, 3 different size masks, and valve/bag & reservoir setup, all packed in hard case - $25, delivered CONUS
    BVM Pic



    Blow Out Kit, First Aid Kit: Includes USGI First Aid Pouch, triangular bandage, battle dressing, 4"x4yd bulky gauze dressing, 4" elastic (ace-type) bandage. 2"x6' gauze bandage. mylar emergency blanket, forceps, small hemostat, scissors & empty pill vial - $16, delivered CONUS

    Pic of Blow Out Kit


    Casualty blanket: heavy-duty aluminzed plastic blanket - OD on one side, silver on the other, edges reinforced w/ binding tape, grommets for use as a lightweight tarp. Measures 84"x56" - $10, delivered CONUS (5/$45, delivered CONUS)

    Pic of Casualty Blanket

    Thanks for looking,
    Sam

    sampac@comcast.net

    payment by money order or paypal (+3%)
    Last edited by Flotsam; 09-07-06 at 20:08.

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    SWEET FIND!

    Check your e-mail

    thanks,

    -t

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    End of the month special:

    (2) individual First Aid kits (2 field dressings, triangular bandage, 2" gauze wrap, 2 pill vials & case, plus (1) pair scissors, (1) hemostat, (1) 4"x4yd gauze roll, and (1) 4" elastic bandage

    (2) field dressing assortments

    (1) heavy duty casualty blanket

    (1) SAM splint

    SOLD

    thanks for looking,
    Sam

    sampac @ comcast.net
    Last edited by Flotsam; 07-28-06 at 12:34.

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    Price Drop on individual First Aid kits

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flotsam
    Price Drop on individual First Aid kits
    OK and the new price would be?
    WolfBrother

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    Wolfbrother - I edited the original price - now they are 2/$18 or 4/$30, delivered.

    Sam

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    Flotsam,
    Homer moment --- Doh!

    Maybe next payday.
    WolfBrother

    People you take care of never want to hear you say "Dang!!! Look at that!".

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    I'm going to be pretty tied up during the next month (new baby due any day now), so I'm trying to push some stuff out the door:

    while they last - the individual first aid kits will be available for 10/$60, delivered.

    thanks for looking,
    Sam

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    Price drop on the individual first aid kits:

    3/$18, 10/$50

    Thanks for looking!
    Sam

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    What's in a field dressing assortment? Congrads on the new addition, get lots of sleep you'll need it.

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    The field dressing assortment was:
    (1) 11.75x11.75 dressing
    (1) 7.5"x9" dressing
    (2) 4"x7" dressings
    (2) triangular bandages

    I am completely out of the triangular bandages, so I can't offer that grouping anymore.

    The dressings are available separately:

    4x7 - $1.50
    8x7.5 - $2.50
    11.75x11.75 - $3.50
    shipping not included

    First Aid pouches (will hold 6 of the 4x7 dressings) $3.50, delivered

    battlepack - first aid pouch + (6) 4x7 dressings - $14, delivered

    Sam

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    BTW, folks, Sam is good to go. Fear thee not when dealing with him.

    RR
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reasonable Rascal
    BTW, folks, Sam is good to go. Fear thee not when dealing with him.

    RR
    I will second that! - he helped with the CD project and I bought some of his current offerings from him. He has allways been 100% up front and honest! And allways come through with what he promiced.

    -t

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    hmm - no blushing smiley.

    thanks for the nice words guys.

    The new little guy is doing well - but he really likes to do all of his eating & pooping after 10pm, so sleep is catch as catch can at the moment.

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    A few new items added.

    Sam

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