Minnow Gripper - CountyComm
Minnow Gripper - CountyComm
Minnow Gripper - CountyComm
Minnow Gripper - CountyComm
Minnow Gripper - CountyComm
Minnow Gripper - CountyComm
Minnow Gripper - CountyComm
Minnow Gripper - CountyComm
Minnow Gripper - CountyComm
Minnow Gripper - CountyComm

Minnow Gripper

Regular price $2.75
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Hang It, Rig It, Tie It, Clip It

Made in the U.S.A.

Holds Up to 175 LBS & Weights Only .35 Ounces

( Yes The Minnow Gripper Is Stronger Than Its Bigger Brother The Mighty Gripper )

These heavy duty tarp clips create a grommet instantly on any material. Powerful cross-hatch surface gripping jaws clinch tighter as tension is applied. Great for fastening plastic sheeting, drop cloths, tarps. etc. Holds fast to canopies, awnings, pool covers, towels, BBQ covers, sails, cables and bags, netting and hunting blinds. They open wide enough for clamping any material up to ¼" thick and are crack resistant to 35° below zero.

 

 

 

Customer Reviews

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well made and so many possibuilities

these are super strong. but i think they are well worth the money, if you may ever have the need to string up a tarp or camo netting . i almost immediately, took a light file to the locking mechanism. [just 2 or 3 strokes on each jaw] . i will probably go back and order another set of small ones and maybe 2 of the large. if your a hammock camper, you canuse the clips , to pinch the ends of the tarp together. to block the cold and rain . there is so many possibuilities, for these clips.

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E.M.
Nice and small

Just what I was looking for. Small, light and very effective. I’m using them as a backup for tarps in a light duty application and they are working great. Glad to see they are back in black

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A.
Great grip!

Will be using these grippers in my next vehicle thanks!

J
J.F.
Minnow Gripper

Very good purchase!
Items were sent very quickly.
The gripper works great!
Get then if you get a chance.

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D.B.
Minnow grippers

I haven’t used them in the field yet but I think that they will come in handy. I can store four if them in the altoid size container that I purchased from County Comm. I keep a small screw driver with them as the grippers are difficult to disengage. You will need some sort of tool (like scewdriver) to pry them open.