So, after I took Ambo Driver's shooter self-care class, I put the blowout kit and tourniquet in the car. I already had a first aid kit in the car; this just expanded its capabilities. Then I ordered two more small IFAKs: a bright red one to go in the range bag and an unobtrusive black one to stick on my Maxpedition purse.
Is this because I want to be tactically prepared for a shootout in the Kroger parking lot like an operator? No, this is acknowledging the fact that I carry a gun everywhere and that anywhere I carry a gun, there is a small but non-zero chance I may accidentally bust a cap in my own ass with it. Yes, Plan A is "Follow The Four Rules"; I got that. Call this a fairly cheap form of "F$#@-Up Insurance". Besides, I already had a basic first aid kit in the purse; this just expanded its capabilities. I don't think it's necessary, but it could come in handy.
Oh, and I picked up a couple extra tourniquets to replace the ones in the kits. I figured that since I'm not trying to hide from enemy fire, an orange one made more sense. I can't think of any downsides to medical personnel being able to see the thing better. (I put one of the resulting spares out in the garage, where my roommate does all her woodworking with power tools. Can't hurt.)