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Old 09-19-2016, 12:31 PM   #1
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Spearfishing Trauma Gear

I have always carried a trauma kit any time I dive. Over the years I've noticed not many people carry one. I decided to put something together so you have access to very good gear and it comes in a package designed for use on a boat. This is all equipment I was trained to use as a Machinegunner in the USMC. These products have saved a ton of lives over the years and are battle proven. I will offer a Skype or Face time session with any one who buys a kit to ensure you know how and when to use each product.

If you would like more information please visit
http://frontlinefreediving.com/store/trauma-kit/



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