Troop On-line Activity #40 - Carabiner Gates Part 2
1st Kanata Scout Group - Beaverbrook Troop
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Joke
A book never written: “How to Get Wet” by Tip D. Canoe
Saying (to think about)
Never make fun of someone who mispronounces a word. It means they learned it by reading
Locking Carabiners
As their name implies, locking carabiners have a lock of some kind on the gate which insures that it will not open even under stress. The simple way to classify them is to group them by the number of motions (actions) required to lock the gate: Screw (one-action), Double-action and Triple-action. The more actions, the more secure but the more actions (and hands that need to be free, not always easy when climbing) needed to lock the carabiner.

Below is a picture and description of 3 types of locking carabiners. Take a look, then answer the questions.
1) These advantages describe which type of locking carabiner? Check the box next to the correct answer.
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2) These advantages describe which type of locking carabiner? Check the box next to the correct answer.
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3) These advantages describe which type of locking carabiner? Check the box next to the correct answer.
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