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I good way to keep two tools together. Picture from Brotherhood Instructors

I good way to keep two tools together. Picture from Brotherhood Instructors

Here is a cool way to get two tools to stay together.  Firefighters can get real creative when they want to.

This is a good example of getting out of the chair and doing something to help the fire service.

Using multiple tools can make forcing entry much easier and more effective, so it is beneficial to have more than one tool.

The last post was about bringing tools, so I thought this was appropriate.  To see some other tool drills and ideas, click the picture for Brotherhood Instructors site.

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This is a wonderful idea. We all know how it is when you grab your entry tools and the strap comes louse. Wonderful solution. Can you buy the sledge hammer? Or is it a custom job?


  This was a custom job by the Brotherhood Instructors. Check out their page and you can contact them. They are very good guys and will help you out with the "how to." 

Stay safe,


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