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Mission Made Locking Carabiner

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Mission Made Locking Carabiner

Item #: 22001

Allow us to introduce the Mission Made Carabiner. If this simple tool isn’t a part of your everyday carry, you’re doing something wrong. It may be small, but it sure is mighty. A 12KN rating means it can withstand over 2,697 pounds of force. The pear-shape design makes for easy handling and is simple to clip with a secure twist-lock function. Plus, it’s made of an ultra-lightweight aircraft-grade aluminum with a smooth exterior that prevents snagging. It’s never a bad idea to have one of these on hand.

Features of Mission Made Locking Carabiner

  • Aluminum Alloy
  • 12KN Rating: Can withstand over 2,697 lbs of force
  • Weight: .87 oz.
  • Height: 3 ¼”
  • Width: 1 ⅞”
  • Twist-lock function
  • Pear shape
  • This carabiner is not suitable for climbing
  • Description
    Mission Made

    Mission Made Locking Carabiner

    Item #: 22001

    Allow us to introduce the Mission Made Carabiner. If this simple tool isn’t a part of your everyday carry, you’re doing something wrong. It may be small, but it sure is mighty. A 12KN rating means it can withstand over 2,697 pounds of force. The pear-shape design makes for easy handling and is simple to clip with a secure twist-lock function. Plus, it’s made of an ultra-lightweight aircraft-grade aluminum with a smooth exterior that prevents snagging. It’s never a bad idea to have one of these on hand.

    Features of Mission Made Locking Carabiner

    • Aluminum Alloy
    • 12KN Rating: Can withstand over 2,697 lbs of force
    • Weight: .87 oz.
    • Height: 3 ¼”
    • Width: 1 ⅞”
    • Twist-lock function
    • Pear shape
    • This carabiner is not suitable for climbing

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