The Walsh Safety Lock Snap.

Issue 2 and Volume 47.

The Walsh Safety Lock Snap. A comparatively new snap that has met with much success for fire department use generally is that made by the Walsh Safety Lock Snap Company, 31 Owen building, Detroit, Mich. This snap was devised and invented by Lieutenant O’Brien, of the Detroit fire department, who designed it as a non-fouling and absolutely safe snap. Fire department chiefs everywhere recognize the fact that fire apparatus, harness and fittings ought, first of all, to be entirely safe, and at the same time quickly and easily handled. The question of good snaps has always been of interest to them. The manufacturers of the Walsh snap claim that it permits a quicker hitch than any other, insures absolute safety to crew and team, and at the same time will outlast any other make. The illustration herewith shows the chain bitch Walsh trace or pole snap locked. It can easily…

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