**Pricing is for one (1) wedge**
The McPeak is forged 1060 steel made in the USA, giving it the strength to withstand being driven into door jambs with any striking tool.
Marry the McPeak to a Halligan bar and use the Halligan to drive The McPeak for access. No need for an additional striking tool in this tool compliment. Married with the forks of a Halligan increasing mechanical advantage. Creates the largest most aggressive gap of any wedge on the market.
The McPeak Wedge was created by Jared McPeak-Ford, a rural Texas firefighter that returned to his home state of Oregon in 2018 to found NW Firetools, LLC.
Forcing a door is typically a two-person operation. With the McPeak, made of forged 1060 steel in the United States, along with a standard Halligan bar, forcing a door is now a one-person operation done quickly and safely!
I’ve been able to mess with this on a training door a few times. It’s a nice addition to my irons. It marries with my Leatherhead Halligan bar well.
Haven’t tried it on a real door only training props. For an outward swinging door it’s awesome. For inward residential on the two different door props I’ve used it on it wouldn’t be my go to tool.
Thanks for the review. We understand that every tool has its time and place and not perfect for every scenario. Could you do me a favor and email a video of the techniques you are using on an inward swinging door? Email to email@example.com. Or send us a message on Facebook or Instagram. I can send you some pictures and videos as well.
We have used on inward swinging doors and did. Not have any issues. There is a slightly different approach to an inward swinging door. One thing I personally like to do on inward swinging doors is us adz to provide a gap. This allows you to properly set the wedge before driving it in. We have also used this wedge on a commercial inward swinging door that actually ended up popping on its own because of the gap the wedge provided.
Please reach out with any questions and we would love to see a video to better assist you.
Thanks again for the business.
I love the thing and I’m “torqued”. Torqued after destroying different wedges and looking at the forks of a Halligan 40 some years, the answer has been there all this time. I use 2 zip ties to hold it to the shaft and just turn 90 degrees to free the wedge. Outstanding concept and design.
Great product fast shipping works great
These chocks are well made. And simple. The leverage obtained when used with the Halligan forks is impressive. Yes we will still carry the irons however this wedge gives one man yet another solo force Le entry option. The ability to use as a simple door chock is great. Suggest you film another video showing use when married to NY roof hook.
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