BLUE FORCE GEAR
Blue Force Gear Micro Trauma Kit NOW! Pouch
The Micro Trauma Kit NOW!, or Micro TKN, is the smallest version of the Trauma Kit NOW! for every day carry. It is designed to hold essential lifesaving medical supplies on a belt.
The Micro TKN was designed for law enforcement professionals, prepared citizens, to hunters. Deployment of critical first aid supplied can be done with one hand or a single finger from either the left or right side by pulling the BLIP featured pull tabs. The Micro TKN consists of two main components the outer MOLLE or Belt mounted pouch utilizing the Ten-Speed technology, and a removable insert that keeps medical supplies organized.
The front outer pouch features a laser cut cross with several signal indicators - black insert or highly reflective glow-in-the-dark insert. The end user can decide which indicator works best for their use or leave all the inserts out for a pattern matched front for maximum concealability.
The Micro TKN Belt Pouch is available in two attachment / wear methods.
The "Belt Pouch" version features two adjustable hook and loop tabs that can fit on almost any belts - from every day pants belts to 2" duty belts.
The Belt Pouch version can also be mounted on MOLLE.
This Trauma Kit was designed around a specific medical supply load out specifically designed for small form, low bulk applications.
Excellent compact kit, much improved by loading with components you are comfortable with. I have an H&H Enhanced Pneumothorax Needle on the top loop, and a MARCH Battle Wrap shoehorned in the bottom loop (rinse a 1.5/2L soda bottle, cut it up to get a sheet of plastic approx 3x7" that you can roll up and insert into the loop, and open one end up as a flexible funnel to cram the Battle Wrap into the loop, peel the plastic out when it's in the desired position). In the central loop I have a pair of Hyfin Compact Vented Chest Seals, a MARCH NPA and a Celox Rapid Ribbon. I'll add gloves when they are commonly available again (COVID-19 has made PPE scarce). This all gets vacuum sealed in a small bag to keep it tight, flat, and protected. The foldover loop just has a SWAT TQ. I have 2 loaded kits, one on my plate carrier and another on my assault pack. Small enough to be out of the way for EDC, but do require some getting used to.
Fast delivery, only place I could still find the BFG micro ifak. Loved the sticker they sent with it keep it up.
Good quality. Extremely small will only hold very minimal supplies and those supplies have to be compacted very flat and small.
Great size, super easy to pull The way my vest is set up it would be awesome to have a vertically mounted version, as it is there is the top half of a cumberbund going unused. Materials feel awesome and unquestionably durable just like usual BFG products.
It's small and can be mounted out of the way but will carry everything necessary for you not to bleed to death.
A very good thing to have around. I have a concealed carry permit and like the idea of this type of first aid close just in case. It is very small. I needed 14 hands and a masters degree in engineering to get all the medical components inside it but after a while was able to get it all in. Now I keep it close and hope I never need it. Thanks.
Ordered this to put on a belt. It was too small to fit a true stand alone med kit in, for example an NPA was slightly too long to fit without bending. I figured I'd make it work because I don't have time to return anything. So, I took it on some night time fun...and the center portion fell out from a tree or my pack or something. I would not recommend for a real world solution. Stick to zippers ya'll.
Hands down one of the best micro IFAK's I have used. Just big enough for a 6 inch Israeli bandage, quick clot, naso airway, and a chest decompression needle. I always keep a TQ or two on my kit so this was perfect for every thing else. Super fast shipping from SKD. I buy all my "tac" shit from them.
I bought it initially to take to the range but itÕs small enough to throw in my computer bag to carry daily. One piece of advice, fwiw, I only bought the pouch and then built the advanced medkit insert myself for almost half the price (~$75), mostly from NARescue.