Hello, i have a few questions about the Quickclot Sport - Advanced Clotting Sponge. I have picked up about four of these over a span of a few months and have thankfully never had to use them. They have been mainly packed away in my B.O.B and First Aid Trauma Kit. I have never had the opportunity to open the package of one of these little items. I am curious, (But not curious enough to waste 13$) to take a look at the product. Anyways, heres my questions. Has anyone ever used one of these sponges in the application of a penetrating Gun shot wound (GSW)? would it be effective in stoping the bleeding on the inside of the permanent cavity? Or only surface damage? this leads me to my second question. If treating a large/deep permanent cavity of a GSW would one be able to rip/tear/cut open one of these sponges and apply the powder/Zeolite(the stuff the makes quick clot effective) directly to the portion of the wound were bleeding was most prominent? Are there products out there that are more effective in treating deep GSW's? When the Sponge is removed does the clot that has formed also generally get torn off with the sponge? After seeing the violence that unfolds after a catastrophy (such as Sandy, or Tuesday ) I took it upon myself to learn more about treating traumatic low and high velocity penetrating wounds. Just thought i would throw these questions out there so i can better understand the product i have. Any input is much appreciated! Thanks for reading!