1. COMPOUND FRACTURE
Make sure that the Replica is placed on line of bone, either Tibia or Radius.

2. SIMPLE FRACTURE
Use in the same way as above.

3. LACERATED WOUND 38MM
Can be used on any part of the body, either on its own or in conjunction with other wounds.

4. LACERATED WOUND 63MM

Can be used with, or in place of the above to indicate lacerations of a more severe nature.

5. LACERATED WOUND 127mm

Very effective on fleshy part of arm or leg.

6. GLASS (ACRYLIC) IN WOUND

Adhere to palm of hand, knee or elbow to give impression that glass has penetrated due to pressure.

7. BLISTER

Fix to back of heel or under ball of heal.

8. NAIL IN WOUND

Again very effective on palm of hand, knee or elbow, or under sole of foot.

9. BRUISE

Most suitable for use on forearm.

10. FLAT BRUISE

Can be attached to any part of the body. e injuries.

11. FISH HOOK IN THUMB

Place on thumb and cover edges by holding with other hand.

14. DAMAGED THUMB

Use as above, covering other hand liberally with blood.

15. SIMPLE BLOOD

Can be placed near to any wound, either on skin, clothes or surroundings or can be adhered to the wounds themselves giving the effect of additional bleeding.

16. POOL OF BLOOD (SMALL)

Most effective when placed on floor near to casualty.

17. POOL OF BLOOD (LARGE)

As above, but should be used with more severe injuries.

18. BARBED WIRE TEAR

Place on front of leg or on forearm to obtain best effect.

19. BURN BLISTER

Use on more exposed parts of the body, such as hand, wrist or ankle.

39. SPIRIT GUM

Small bottle containing sufficient for fixing a small number of wounds.