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Being an ICU nurse has probably impressed upon Kyle the importance of being ready for just about every eventuality. Hence this extremely capable complement of gear (including tourniquet). See exactly what the very prepared Kyle carries at Everyday Carry . . .

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  1. No keys, no cash, no credit cards, no phone. I must be outdated in a now keyless, cashless, creditcardless, phoneless world.

    • Kyle can communicate, transfer funds, and open doors with the POWER OF HIS MIND! Saves on pocket space.

    • Well, I carry keys and cash obviously, but I don’t have a credit card or a cell phone, so there are still some of us out there.

  2. What hospital allows you carry let alone an employee? The ones around me are marked criminal rich zones (no weapons policies) only.

  3. Thanks for the love once again. No keys, phone, or wallet because the folks at probably get tired of seeing them. Just the cool guy stuff. My thing is, if you have the capacity to inflict trauma, you also need to be prepared to treat trauma. I keep an IFAK in my vehicle along with my hospital bag. And no, unfortunately I can’t carry while at work. But anytime I’m away from my job I am carrying.


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