Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Israeli Battle Bandages



We needed to add some 4” Israeli Battle Dressing Bandages to our first aid kit.  So Bulldog Man went searching on the Amazon for these bandages.  He found what he wanted, ordered it, and in 1 ½ weeks we received the 4” Israeli Battle Dressing Bandages directly in the mail.
Check this out, of all places the bandages came directly from Israel. 

Watch list????

34 comments:

  1. I could use some of those!

    Israel is stocked up enough to spare some.

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    1. Gail,

      You can find them on Amazon. Apparently, the bandages are coming directly from Israel, not Amazon.

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  2. If the overlords have heartburn over you ordering bandages, then it's worth the time & effort it takes them to review what you bought. I personally can't imagine anything much more innocuous than that. :)

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    1. Rev. Paul,

      So true, you just never know with the way things go now a days.
      Great bandages though!!!

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  3. Better watch it !!!..DHS just bought more ammo this past week.. Close those blinds and look out for big burly women wearing DHS jackets. Make lots of right turns if you think you are being followed. I mean good lord you bought bandages for crying out loud ! What are you thinking woman!

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    1. JUGM,

      Bahahahahhaha!!!! Bad Girl.....Bad Girl.....Watcha Going To Do......When they come for you!!!!

      Yes, I bought bandages......great bandages.
      I got your attention didn't I?? Truthfully, you just never know what's being looked at any more.

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  4. I had to go look this up. Never heard of them. Hope you never have to use them!

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    1. Michaele,

      Great bandages to have in the first aid kit. Never know when you'll need them. Really good for when you have major accidents with certain equipment.

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    1. PP,

      Check out Amazon, pretty reasonably priced.

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  6. I own a bundle of battle dressings...but none from Israel.

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    1. There, now I too am on the watch list. 'Course 'they' have had my name for a long, long time.

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  7. I've never heard of these!
    That's a long way,. so they must be something special.

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    1. Kimberly,

      They're great bandages for battle wounds.
      Hubby ordered them because he's used them before.

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  8. I wrote a comment earlier but I think blogger ate it, ha. Thanks for the info I had never heard of these but I'm off to google them. Do you know what the shelf life is? I'd really like to get some more serious first aid items at the farm. Not only to just prep a little better, but just for that also, hopefully never happen but just in case, tool mishap or something. Thanks again for the info!!

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    1. Battle dressings are sealed. The shelf life is forever plus one day. If, stored properly.

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    2. Thanks Stephen! That helps me decide to pick up a few.

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    3. 1st Man,

      Blogger has a tendency of eating a lot of things!!! I've never heard of them either, my husband told me about them. Shelf live 15 + years.
      These bandages are great for on the front line and dealing with accidents on the farm.

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  9. I always carry a role of vetrap on my vest while working - its cheap as in 1.50 a roll at any ranch store..but then thats the nice thing about having equines - we have just about everything we need in medical supplies in bulk except a defibrillator... but the battery on the truck will suffice lol...the only reason equines still exist is because of the inordinate amount of care they get from middle aged women like me..otherwise as mr foresterman says, "good grief everything is poisonous to them, isnt it?"

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    1. GW Feral Woman,

      I have a few supplies from our local ranch store in our med bag.
      You can find those supplies relatively cheap at the ranch store compared to a pharmacy.

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  10. Cool will have to look into those....but Feral Woman does have a point about the equine supplies!!!

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    1. M.E.,

      These bandages are great for gaping bullet wounds. Yes, Feral Woman has a great point. I buy some of my supplies at the local ranch store in the equine section.

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  11. Ohhh, your in trouble, Ohhh I'm telling, lol

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    1. Senior,

      Bahhahahahaha!!!! Won't be the first time!!

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  12. I have made what is called Leper bandages. The are knitted or crocheted with cotton yarn about 4 inches wide and 3 feet long. They can be reused by washing in bleach. Ive attached the instructions http://www.ehow.com/how_2087578_make-leper-bandage.html

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    1. Interesting, I will have to check this out.
      Thanks!

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  13. Sweet Sandy - i would leave a comment on the great score of getting those bandages, but i don't want to end up on any lists or anything.

    oops.

    your friend,
    kymber

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    1. Sweet Kymber,

      Congratulations.....you're on the lists of lists bahahahahahahaha!!!!

      Great bandages!!!

      Your Friend Who Maybe on A List Some Where
      Sandy

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    1. B,

      Yes it is but it does happen :-)

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  15. Hey kymber, You've been hitting my blog for close to 5 years now... Trust me ... You ARE on a list! Bahaahaahaaa

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    1. SCI,
      Were all on someones list! Bahahahahahaha!!!1

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