@ medics: Bandages.

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@ medics: Bandages.

Post by Lokke » 18 Jun 2013, 16:58

This is a cheap solution for Scandinavian players. Biltema has several shops.

Cut it in half with a breadknife or simillar.

Then in length make them 1.5 m long. This is fairly stiff material, so easy to roll up again for new use.

Oppserve. I have not yet read the medic rules.

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Re: @ medics: Bandages.

Post by Pampers » 19 Jun 2013, 21:20

hey... smart!
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Re: @ medics: Bandages.

Post by Jocke » 06 Dec 2013, 16:27

that's a good one. I have previously used surplus bandages from our army or sh*it like those, that stuff might be worth a try!
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Re: @ medics: Bandages.

Post by Klings » 09 Dec 2013, 12:57

Rules does not state the material or width of bandages. Only colour. Lokke's solution is good.

For those medics who heal playes you never meet again, i'd use sports tape, it does not fall of in dense brush. It's cheap and space saving. It also works for medical and other tape purposes.

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Re: @ medics: Bandages.

Post by skinner » 10 Dec 2013, 15:50

Another option is to use cheap gauze and avoid knots for time saving to fix it with the cohesive bandage like this: http://produktkatalog.hartmann.info/PHb ... 000A808F21
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