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1.5 Ratcheting Medical Tourniquet (RMT)

1.5 Ratcheting Medical Tourniquet (RMT)

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A tactical tool used for both training and application

  • Intuitive Operation
  • Fast & highly effective
  • Rugged & Durable
  • Smallest and Lightest Military/Law version with 0.75″ m2® Ratcheting Buckle and Ladder Strap
  • Instructions printed on the webbing
  • Can be folded to reduce the size
  • 1.5″ (38mm) wide webbing
  • 0.75″ m2® ratcheting buckle & ladder strap
  • 0.23 lb / 103 g (3.6oz)
  • Available in TAN or BLACK color options (only CoTCCC recommended versions)

Why choose the RMT™?

  • Proven Technology since 2002
  • Simple, intuitive ‘glove’ operation
  • Applies precise mechanical pressure
  • System is self-locking
  • Easily applied with one hand
  • Requires only ‘gross’ motor skills to operate
  • Ratcheting sound when activated
  • Compact, lightweight, and durable and rugged
  • Instructions clearly printed on RMT™


  • Color: Tan or Black
  • Weight: 0.23 lb / 103 g (3.6oz)
  • Size: L 4.4″ W 1.5″ H 2.5″
  • Components: 0.75″ buckle & ladder strap with 1.5″ webbing

Intended Users;  All military personnel, SWAT, Police, Remote Sport and Hunting enthusiasts, Border Patrol, Homeland Security,  Park Services and Tactical Response Units

Lightest, and smallest volume RMT.  Uses Small Ratcheting Buckle, Short Ladder Strap, and 1.5 webbing.  Can be quickly and effectively applied with a single hand, in total darkness,  with thorough training.   Applies precise mechanical pressure using only gross motor skills.  System is self locking requiring no any additional steps.  Ratcheting sound when activated.  Proven technology since 2002.  Users must train regularly for optimal response.



RMT™ Instructions
RMT™ Spanish Instructions
NSN: 6515-01-527-3841

*we reserve the right to swap colors at any time*

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