HSGI Improved Bleeder/Blowout Pouch Modular
The HSGI Improved Bleeder/Blowout Pouch is designed to hold medical gear along with immediate access to medical shears. Medical shears are held securely by strap and snap. There is also a 2" wide QUICK-PULL strap along the inside of the pocket to aid in one handed removal of contents of the pouch.
- Measures 3" x 3" x 7"
- MOLLE/PALS webbing on sides for additional modular pouches or the attachment of a Tourniquet via rubber bands
- Has both hook and loop w/silencer strip and side release closure
- HSG Clip included
- Constructed of 1000 Denier Cordura nylon , sewn with 135/138 bonded nylon threads
- Constructed and made totally with products from in the USA .
- Has HSGI Lifetime Warranty
*MEDICAL ITEMS NOT INCLUDED*
I’ve got several and had them for nearly 8 years and love them. By far my favorite smaller trauma kit and built tough! Perfect for a chest rig or PC.
Well built, well engineered, made in the USA - My favorite.
Awesome piece of Kit...perfect for a belt or plated carrier. Large enough to fit a TQ a two Israeli bandages and a few Hemostatic powder pouches. Recommend
ItÕll fit an NPA, Israeli, and a few OBs inside. Zip tied a TQ to the side, and scissors where they made a spot. Tucks away nicely on my PC
ItÕs a little small but big enough for the ifak basics. I prefer a tear off pouch, but at just over 30 bucks I had to try it. The quality is awesome it has a spot to secure shears and a quick deploy tab. I attached the HSGI to my backpack for a basic ifak I can always have on my get home bag. I would highly recommend for on a backpack or even atavhed to a belt.
I mounted this on my duty belt I would like to see HSGI make a belt mounted version to better suit LEOs on our duty belts if the belt has room;)
This pouch is the perfect size and quality. The price is good too. I run bleeder pouches on all of my external armor carriers. Great gear. Shopping with SKD tactical couldn't be easier!
Cool bag for a small IFAK or more mags.
Carries the essentials for treating a bleed, and not much more. I've got a z-fold Quickclot and a small israeli bandage stuffed inside with a little bit of room to spare. It sits low-profile enough that when mounted at the 4-5 o'clock it doesn't interfere when sitting in a vehicle like my previous IFAK.