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USCCA Emergency First Aid Training System

The Emergency First Aid Training System
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The Emergency First Aid Training System

You're Responsibly Armed, But Are You Medically Ready?

Do you know how to rapidly address the penetration wounds of a bullet, knife, or debris?  When the ambulance is on it's way, the seconds that tick by are sometimes the crucial difference between life and death.

In The Responsible Gun Owner's Guide To Treating Gunshot Wounds and Other Traumatic Injuries & Emergency First Aid Fundamentals, you'll follow along with Kevin Michalowski, Executive Editor of Concealed Carry Magazine, Anthony Lambert of ACT Training, and Chief USCCA Instructor Michael Martin through the essential steps of trauma care.

Truly become your family's first responder by learning these key elements of trauma and emergency care.
The Responsible Gun Owner's Guide To Treating Gunshot Wounds and Other Traumatic Injuries & Emergency First Aid Fundamentals

  • Calm in the chaos: Lifesaving EMT and Combat-tested techniques at your fingertips.

  • Gain the medical training you need to save lives during the critical minutes it takes for the ambulance to arrive.

  • If God forbid you're injured DURING a deadly force encounter, this training will ensure you can get yourself back into the fight to survive.

  • Develop the confidence to treat yourself and loved ones with a clear, calm head through the chaos by following along with easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions.

  • Learn more than just how to use a regular medical kit.  Discover how to transform ordinary objects into life-saving tools.

  • Gain the ability to train your entire family in traumatic medical treatments in just an hour and a half.

  • You'll need to be able to take charge of the scene and give instruction to bystanders–gain the knowledge & confidence to do so with ease.