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Second issue is what for you are preparing? For war? for end of the world? for every day situations?

There is civilian medicine and military medicine. Human body is the same ofcourse and how it work, but situations varies.... [/QUOTE]

After the Boston bombing tourniquets were widely used and a lot of them were made on site with what was available. They saved lives.
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How about velcro , Zip ties , paracord, strap webbing from computer bags and such,,ACE bandage, athletic tape,duct tape, electrical tape, hem the bottom of a pair of pants retaining the lupe, sweat band (victoms own) clothing?
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Originally Posted by tacmedic View Post
No beating a real one. They are pretty cheap now and well, if you have a kit you should have one.

However, if there a need for one in an emergency situation where bleeding out vs. an improvised TQ is called for, use it. Your belt or anything bigger than a wire will do.
Actually saw one made of romex and a hammer once(deputy first responding to a rollover way out in the county) -worked but it sure wasn't pretty.
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