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I am in the market for a so-called "Mega-Code" style equipment carry bag for personal use. Can anyone using a combination Trauma/Oxygen bag advise of your experiences with such bags, and give both recommendation and disapproval for any and all known brands? I am thinking nothing bigger than a regular D tank size (not a so-called "Super D") as an E would be too big for my purposes.

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My rural medical bag is a Ferno Saver brand Oxygen/Trauma Bag. It's plenty big for anything you would need as a single rescuer, and I keep a spare tank too. So, it's big, but not too big.

It also holds my harness, webbing and beaner.

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Annie, already sent back a PM to you.

It also holds my harness, webbing and beaner.

I presume you're a "rescueman" (non gender specific name, if any?), who does hi angle rope rescue, for the harness and webbing, but what is a "Beaner"?

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Annie, already sent back a PM to you.

I presume you're a "rescueman" (non gender specific name, if any?), who does hi angle rope rescue, for the harness and webbing, but what is a "Beaner"?

Beaner = Caribeaner. The metal clip that the rope attaches to the harness with.

Not Carlos Mancia :whistle:

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Sorry, the only emergency equipment I keep with me is my phone and a little keychain face shield, haha. Anything more than that and I'd just get myself into trouble. I'd check Amazon, though, I bet they have plenty of rescue bags for you to choose from.

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