What little items have you added to your range-bag first-ad kits? I ask because after a lovely bit of slide bite this weekend I restocked the routine FAK -- the boo-boo kit -- with two items (good Band-Aids and "Wet Ones" singles) and added one new item (a styptic pencil.) By way of context, I'm on blood thinners. Any little bleed can look more dramatic than it is. Bothers me not at all. I'm used to it, and know how to address it -- as long as I know I'm bleeding. But not everyone's like that, and I don't want to gross out the gentler souls. Those individual wet wipes are danged handy. And I find keeping some inside the boo-boo kit a good idea, 'cause I don't have to rummage for 'em in the main bag. (I hate bleedin' all over my gear when I can avoid it.) Also added the styptic pencil to the little-wound kit. I figured for small cuts, lot handier and cheaper than a coagulant agent like Quik Clot or Celox. Also by way of context, I do keep both a simple FAK (the boo-boo kit) for minor stuff and a separate blowout kit -- tourniquet, pressure bandage, Quik Clot Z-fold gauze, shears, a bit of duct tape, marker, gloves -- in the range bag. Lord knows I hope I never have to use the latter, but the simple FAK has come in way handy many a time.