MRD175

Mustang Professional Water Rescue Throw Bag

Mustang Professional Water Rescue Throw Bag

Description

The Mustang Professional Water Rescue Throw Bag is designed for water rescue professionals to allow for maximum throwing efficiency.

Features

  • Long distance throwing characteristics
  • Extra large throat opening for fast and simple reloading
  • Minimum 2,000-pound breaking strengt
List Price
$66.08
Your Price
$57.39
In Stock

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The MRD175 throw bag is designed for water rescue professionals to allow for maximum throwing efficiency and ease of re-loading even with a gloved hand. The 75' rope is 3/8" in diameter, floats, and has a minimum 2000 lb breaking strength with a nylon core and polypropylene, yellow and orange weave sheath. The MRD175 is a true 75' from knot end to knot end, making distance measuring much easier.

Recommend for:
Law Enforcement, Public Safety

Features

  • Easy and fast to re-load
  • Excellent rope shock loading properties
  • Accepts APALS mini strobe in bag
  • Self draining
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Mustang Professional Water Rescue Throw Bag MRD175 Professional water rescue throw bag, 75 feet
$57.39
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