Mustang Rescue Throw Bag

Mustang Rescue Throw Bag


The Mustang Throw Bag can be used once a victim has been stabilized with a flotation device.


  • Ideal for marine rescue
  • Bag is made of a mesh fabric for quick drying
  • Quick release buckles to access the rope during emergencies
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The Mustang Survival Throw Bag is an essential tool for water rescue and valuable to first responders who have arrived to a water emergency. It contains 75 feet of multi-filament polypropylene rope , in a compact, lightweight, and durable format. Additional features includes a light stick holder, mesh top for quick drying, quick release buckles, and retro-reflective tape.

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  • (1) Rescue Throw Bag
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Mustang Rescue Throw Bag MRD075 Rescue throw bag, 75 feet
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