Tactical Tuesday: How to Treat A Gunshot or Knife Wound

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    Want to know how you can save lives without a gun? nnIn this series of Tactical Tuesday, join the USCCA and firearm instructor Anthony Lambert from ACT Gun Trai

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    Want to know how you can save lives without a gun? nnIn this series of Tactical Tuesday, join the USCCA and firearm instructor Anthony Lambert from ACT Gun Training, teach us how to treat a gunshot or knife wound to the chest.

    In a chest-wound injury we often need a chest seal, but typically most of do not carry a chest seal.

    In place, duct tape is just as reliable where you can prep the tape by keeping a small piece folded and carry it in your pocket, purse or wallet.

    nnWhen you come across someone with a chest wound, the first thing you want to do is seal the wound with the duct tape.

    Peel away the amount of duct tape you need according to the size of the wound, and tear it off.

    Wipe the excess fluid or blood of the injured person with their clothing.

    Next, have the patient exhale out if conscious, and then place the duct tape over the wound.

    This will make the injured person more comfortable and potentially save their life.

    Remember, if you are looking for an entry wound, you should always check for an exit wound, and follow the same process by sealing the wound.

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