If a tourniquet is applied less than a minute after a gsw causes a lacerated femoral artery, will they be stable enough to get to an ER 30 minutes away?

Arterial trauma. When a major blood vessel is severed, the muscles in the wall allow it to spam down and slow the flow. A complete break allows the vessel to do this better than a partial tear. Compress the artery at the nearest bony point towards the heart using fingers or a tourniquet and get to er fast. After major trauma, reaching the er within an hour saves lives and limbs.