I just loaded it up last night, and it has plenty of space for medical items. I put several bandages, chest seals, emergency blankets, tourniquet, trauma shears, gloves, Israeli bandage, and an abdominal bandage. It’s a big kit, so it could be bulky but if your context needs a big kit, this is a good one. One con is the Velcro attachment, which allows quick access but also would allow it to be detached easily if bumped hard. It is tethered so you would not lose it but it could be aggravating. My solution was a simple shock cord around it and through the webbing that holds it to the Velcro backing securely.
The bag was on the small side and lacked side yolk straps which I felt it needed standard. The quality and finish on the bag were excellent.
Overall great pouch. Would have ranked it higher but have one complaint. The Molle is spaced three wide. This does not allow it to be centered on most gear because it is in even numbers spacing. Take for instance I put it on the back flap of My Gunslinger 2 pack. The molle is only four wide thus it had to be put off center of pack. It is a little gripe but it would have been nice if it was even spacing vs. odd.
Excellent pouch for storing small items. As a firefighter I use it to keep my PPE organized and readily accessible on the engine.
Great Product as usual. Will be back
Wanted something better than the Army SI ifak pouch (which keeps popping open & spilling stuff) and love buying stuff from companies I trust already.
Already used it to fix a cut on my daughter's finger with the hemostatic agent I put in there! She's not bleeding anymore! But she still runs with scissors...
Great product that holds all I need for a IFAK. Added a carry handle to the top to make the rip-away option easier to use.
Haven't used. Need to be able to buy it populated with supplies. Appears very good. Don't know if side pouches will take a 308 mag.
Not yet completely set up but like that have immediate access to 2 CATs Fits perfectly on the back of my big trick pack can be removed immediately and taken where needed