Fury Martial Arts FP03400 Folding Grappling Hook with Black Cord, Midnight Black
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- Folding Grappling Hook Ninja Gear
- Folding grappling hook inspired by ninjas
- Specially designed for compact, easy carrying
- 4 carbon-steel talons provide a safe ascent
- Includes 33 feet of tough braided nylon rope
- Weight rating of more than 800 pounds
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Used by ninjas to scale walls, climb trees and aid in quick escapes. This grappling hook by Fury has been specially designed to fold flat when not in use. Heavy duty midnight black finished steel hook is compact and easy to carry and comes with a 33 foot nylon rope. Originally a ninja warrior necessity, this grappling hook has many other practical uses as well. The military uses grappling hooks to help remove obstacles from a distance, especially when they are suspected of being rigged with explosives. And as the name suggests, you can throw the grappling hook to an item and drag it back to you. Especially useful for out of reach or dangerous items making this Fury Grappling Hook a necessity for your survival gear bag. Not recommended for children or climbing.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 10 x 24 x 4 inches; 3 Pounds
- Item model number : FP03400
- Date First Available : August 9, 2006
- Manufacturer : ACK, LLC
- ASIN : B0009PGVG8
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- #89 in Martial Arts Ninja Weapons
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"What is that?" demanded the TSA agent, who looked remarkably like Nikki Minaj. Perhaps it was because she appeared well prepared to cast ample "shade" my way.
"It's a grappling hook. Haven't you ever seen one?" Second mistake.
"You can't carry weapons on board," she intoned, gesturing to the prohibited list, then inspecting a chipped nail.
"It's not a weapon, and grappling hooks aren't on this list," I pointed out, in my good natured tone. Third mistake. "Aerosols, oxygen tanks, box cutters, but no grap--"
"You'll have to check it, grandpa," she interrupted, her head tipped to one side, a challenge. "No exceptions."
The woman in front of me gave me a sympathetic look. She apparently was trying to bring on a dozen Russian nesting dolls, which were being opened one-by-one by an increasingly incredulous agent.
I understood that I'd have to take matters into my own hands. I retreated from the line, then found an empty stall in a nearby restroom. From my HK knapsack I removed my approved ninja attire, then located an air duct by removing a single ceiling tile. (This doesn't just work in movies--it's actually a known thing.)
The duct led me to a Jamba Juice not far from the security area. I dropped down behind the counter unseen, then slipped past a family from Topeka with a single "shhhh!" to my lips and a toss of an orange to the overweight 10-year old son. "Eat this instead," I suggested to the bewildered lad.
Slipping along the sheer wall of the secure area (yes, sheer, F you, I'm a ninja), I spied a support beam high above on the other side, perfect for my grappling hook. I created a distraction by releasing two mice into the line. (This is also a known thing.) "Nikki" seemed particularly distraught by the mice ploy, shrieking "Lord, oh Lord, oh Lord!!" to my deep satisfaction. During the pandemonium, I swung unseen, as ninjas will, over the security area.
Check it grandpa, indeed.