Heavy Duty Wrap Around

$17.00 $10.00

This hanger is made out of heavy duty Jafflite double walled firehose.  It’s so thick, I had to change the grommets to one that can deal with the massive depth.  This design uses 3 grommets, is built to wrap around a 2×4, and is tightened down with a single 1/2 bolt, 2 nuts, and 1 fender washer (optional hardware).  Check out the video below where I put 20 rounds of 7.63×39 into the wrapping section.  This is the TOUGHEST of all the hangers I make and the base hose is VERY difficult to find.

I’m closing out my jafflite hangers so I’ve lowered the price.  If you were interested in one of these, this is the last batch!!

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We start off with 100′ fire hose and then work down from there


The hoses need to be punched before the grommet can be set.


We use 2 different sized grommets and each has it’s own cutting die

#5 Grommets

The #5 grommets are nickel plated 5/8″ across and use spur washers.  These are used on jafflite hangers only.


We sew each item by hand using a heavy duty machine and a poly thread used to make and repair sailboat sails.


Stitching reduces the movement inside the hose on impact, reinforcing the grommet.

Front View

Here is what they look like attached on a single gong

Rear View

And here’s the same gong from the rear.

These are the monster jafflite fire hose in a wrap around configuration.  You can wrap them around a 2×4, or any horizontal item of similar dimension, and get to shooting your steel.  When you order more than 1, I will match pairs and have them bound with rubber bands to make sure your double hangers will stay level.
Stitching is not an option on the jafflite hose, I sew them all.  My goal is to make this the toughest hanger you’ve ever used.


Our products are made out of decommissioned firehose.  Each hose is unique and have a variety of wear and lettering.

Hand Made

We cut, sew, punch, and assemble every item by hand in our workshop.


Since each piece is hand made, we can see if something is wrong and send it back to the rework pile.  We reuse everything, either as test material for the sewing machine or to create the brand labels that ship with your order.
Backorders and Time to Delivery
All of our products have the option for back order.  If you choose a back order item, that just means we need to make more of that product.  That typically takes 3 days to get the inventory built back up and in the system.  We will email you with a shipping date once we have your order or you can contact us if you’d like to find out about current lead times

in the video towards the end, I mention 30 rounds, this was a 20 round test and I didn’t want to go back out just to redo that piece.