May 08, 2017
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASwa4mODs18 The SharpShooters Gun Club & Range, the most innovative shooting sports facility in upstate South Carolina that offers new and used guns and training courses, is empowering its staff and visitors to respond to critical medical emergencies with new technology. With a philosophy centered on education and firearm safety, the Mobilize Rescue System was the perfect addition to the SharpShooter mission. "We do a lot of training in schools and churches, places where there's a lot of people together at one time. We recognize that in our training, stopping a shooter is next to impossible... he's got the upper hand on you," said Wayne Batson, the owner of SharpShooters Gun Club & Range. "So we started to look into what happens after a person's shot. We thought we would look for a way to start creating first responders that are on the scene." The Mobilize Rescue System provides the knowledge and equipment necessary for staff, first time gun owners and expert marksmen to become immediate responders during a crisis. The knowledge comes in the format of an interactive, diagnostic app that corresponds exactly to the modern medical supplies included in each unit. By following the prompts on the app, an immediate responder can assess the problem and learn in real-time how to manage the emergency. "The app guides someone with little or no training down the path to providing life saving medical care through a series of simple questions while the professionals are still en route," said Chris Strattner, the Director of Product Development at Mobilize Rescue Systems. "Bystanders save lives." Visit www.mobilizeRescue.com to learn more.