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Urban Warfare

Sunni gunmen fire their rifles during clashes, in the northern port city of Tripoli, Lebanon, Sunday May 13, 2012. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

Large man, why do you not unfold stock of shotgun and shoulder your weapon?

Large man: I am the weapon.

I don’t remember running around Lebanon in a white tank top.

What type of shotgun is that?

Looks like some sort of Remington 870 variant. Could be a foreign copy or a Stevens.

Its a Hawk 97-2

(thank you Battlefield 4)

Nice catch

And only a single stock was utilized that day.

Reblogged from saving-livesprn  10 notes
What's the deal with those tourniquets? CATS and SOFT's are very adequate and fit in a pocket. I would feel more comfortable with a CAT, which can be applied within 20 seconds if you're proficient with them.
Anonymous

saving-livesprn:

herohours:

saving-livesprn:

victran:

the ReFactor RATs tourniquets? just lower profile and easy to carry in other places than a pocket. i would loop it around my belt line personally. i already have a ton of stuff in my pockets and stuffing a CAT would be problematic at times. a SOFT or SWAT-T wouldnt be as bad but still, in comparison to the RATs, the RATs is just as a effective in application and price as an everyday carry item or low profile set up. i would still opt for a CAT carried externally on my actual kit and perhaps a SOFT or SWAT-T inside an IFAK for additional uses.

i can apply a CAT in less than 20 secs…

Under 10 is the real goal. If you can shave off any more time than that, and it works, you’re golden.

ive kinda been out of applying a CAT for a while now but when i was an instructor i used to get it under 10.

Do you use those disposable rubbers (rimshot) a lot? It’s all we get at the ER and I hate them with a passion… I only ever like them for IV’s, when they’re actually convenient. I don’t know how the folks in phlebotomy freaking do it…

Reblogged from saving-livesprn  10 notes
What's the deal with those tourniquets? CATS and SOFT's are very adequate and fit in a pocket. I would feel more comfortable with a CAT, which can be applied within 20 seconds if you're proficient with them.
Anonymous

saving-livesprn:

victran:

the ReFactor RATs tourniquets? just lower profile and easy to carry in other places than a pocket. i would loop it around my belt line personally. i already have a ton of stuff in my pockets and stuffing a CAT would be problematic at times. a SOFT or SWAT-T wouldnt be as bad but still, in comparison to the RATs, the RATs is just as a effective in application and price as an everyday carry item or low profile set up. i would still opt for a CAT carried externally on my actual kit and perhaps a SOFT or SWAT-T inside an IFAK for additional uses.

i can apply a CAT in less than 20 secs…

Under 10 is the real goal. If you can shave off any more time than that, and it works, you’re golden.