Good stuff! I never thought about a "range trauma" situation but now that I think about it that would be something to consider. Accidents at the range do happen - youtube is full of shining examples of that!
I'm going to do some research on the proper uses of a tourniquet. I still don't think I have a good idea of when they are really of value other than snakebites. The snakebite situation makes use of one but as I recall the instructions indicate that it must be adjusted so blood flow is only restricted, not prevented.
- Smelling salts!
- Eye pads - aren't these just big round band-aids?