First Look: NAR Mini First-Aid Kits in Realtree Camouflage

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posted on May 6, 2021
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The North American Rescue (NAR) Mini First-Aid Kit (M-FAK) is targeted directly at sportsmen, by providing the most requested point-of-wounding equipment in the smallest cube space possible so it can be packed alongside hunting or fishing gear. The fact that it comes finished in RealTree Xtra is just icing. 
Back of MFAK on white
This sportsman version of North American Rescue's M-FAK was designed to be a compact, multi-use IFAK for delivering immediate critical care to penetrating or other traumatic injuries encountered in the field. At half the size of North American Rescue's T.O.R.K. platform, this M-FAK is currently the smallest platform available in NAR's product offering. Despite its reduced size, this kit comes fully loaded with the medical equipment most requested by first responders operating in the line of duty.
Open MFAK on White
The M-FAK’s compact, 500-Denier nylon bag opens from the side in a clamshell configuration utilizing two main sleeves that open on both ends for easy access, featuring multiple elastic loops for secure gear organization. The bag’s exterior includes Molle backing for mounting in the standard vertical position, as well as a three-inch internal sleeve for accommodating horizontal attachment to belt. The vertical mount can be set to open left-to-right or right-to-left based on preference, while the horizontal mount on a belt allows opening directly to your C-A-T. tourniquet. Also included are a loop patch on front of the bag for custom user labeling and three Molle strips to attach additional gear such as a TQ/Holder (sold separately) if needed.
MFAK on White Layying down
For more information, please visit narescue.comMSRP: $75.99

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