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Tools pictured from left to right: Vice grips, Modified framing square, DIY Key tool, Flat pry bar, needle nose pliers, DIY shove knife, wooden chock, flat head screwdriver.

Tools pictured from left to right: Vice grips, Modified framing square, DIY Key tool, Flat pry bar, needle nose pliers, DIY shove knife, wooden chock, flat
head screwdriver.


THROUGH THE LOCK POUCH


As firemen we strive to continuously improve our ability to show up to every call prepared. If your firehouse is anything like ours this leads to guys acquiring their own collection of personalized
tools to better serve their mission. The most recent addition to our on board tool cache has been inspired by some through the lock . I have seen companies both in town an online that run with forcible entry bags or tool wraps . The through the lock kit quickly became an option we wanted our company to have. At the local Home Depot I found a Husky tool pouch that fits in the pocket of my bunker pants and holds the main body of through the lock tools I have. The

Tools pictured from left to right: Vice grips, Modified framing square, DIY Key tool, Flat pry bar, needle nose pliers, DIY shove knife, wooden chock, flat head screwdriver.

Tools pictured from left to right: Vice grips, Modified framing square, DIY Key tool, Flat pry bar, needle nose pliers, DIY shove knife, wooden chock, flat
head screwdriver.

The TTL pouch is not designed to be all encompassing but rather house a set of tools aimed at defeating the most common presentations of through the lock scenarios we encounter. This is still a new project so you will notice some space for more tools in the pouch for things like weed eater cord. we are always looking for ideas on new tools to


Fireground Tempo

President Zach King's article about fireground Tempo featured on Fire Engineering