The collapsible grapnel is a hand-thrown grapnel hook that is used for climbing, removing mines and other objects, and pulling concertina and barbed wire obstacles.
This entails digging down around the mine so that a grapnel can be attached and the mine pulled out of the ground my men under cover.
Additionally I have found that the typical grapnel often does not provide sufficient holding power.
To ensure that the shotline remains in one place, a folding grapnel anchor of the type commonly used by small boats in areas where a sand anchor will not hold is ideal.
Instantly dazzled, I scurry along to the top of a bed at the very end, by the corner, where a petrol lamp jingles unnoticed from a ceiling grapnel .
Furthermore, the weight of the inertia parts unnecessarily increases the weight of the whole grapnel .
This proved invaluable for accurately plotting the outline of the wreck and positioning our grapnel line exactly where we wanted it.
With the grapnel and rope attached to its antlers the animal struggles to get loose and breaks the rope, but not before it pulls the hydrofloat over to a wooden dock.
The skipper rigs a 45m line with a grapnel to place it as close to the bridge as possible.
The grapnels in high strength aluminum alloy can be projected to a height of minimum 50 m and horizontally to a minimum of 80 metres.