Petzl William Locking Carabiner

Petzl William Locking Carabiner
Petzl William Locking Carabiner
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William Locking Carabiner by Petzl
The Petzl William Lock Carabiner's extra-large gate opening makes it an excellent choice for anchors, belaying, and any other time you need a massive locking carabiner. The William is indispensable for belaying directly from the anchor point with a Munter hitch on single or double rope. Petzl also gave this locking carabiner a large basket to accept multiple slings and 'biners at complex anchors. Have you ever been on a wall climb when this didn't happen'

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SKU: PTZ003V
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