I keep simple things in my range bag but always have a trauma kit close by. I have a couple of the Everlit Advanced Trauma kits. The price has gone up on them since I bought my last one a year ago. https://www.everlitsurvival.com/col...verlit-emergency-br-advanced-trauma-kit-gen-2 No matter what type of first aid kit or trauma kit you have, make sure you know how to use everything. And just as important is to periodically check everything and replace as needed. Some things do have expiration dates. While I was not a medic, I was trained as a combat life saver. We carried basically the same kit as the field medics minus the morphine shots. I was strained to administer an IV too. But I wouldn't try to do so now since it has been 30 years since I have had to do it. I once sliced my finger wide open on a glass shelf and all I had handy was paper towels, rubbing alcohol and electrical tape. I cleansed the cut with alcohol and then wrapped it in a paper towel and electrical tape. It was about a week before I could get in to see my VA doctor and the nurse practitioner was surprised and pleased on how the wound was healing.