Halligans Pinup Sticker
Halligans Pinup Sticker
Halligans Pinup Sticker
Halligans Pinup Sticker

Halligans Pinup Sticker

Regular price $4.25

The tool was designed by and named after FDNY First Deputy Chief Hugh Halligan in 1948. Later that year, the first prototype of the Halligan bar was made by blacksmith Peter Clarke. Because the device had been invented by one of its members, the FDNY did not initially purchase the tool in order to avoid the appearance of a conflict of interest.

The Boston Fire Department was the first major customer of the Halligan bar, purchasing one for every fire company in the city. The tool was popular enough that members of New York ladder companies began buying it with their own money until the department ultimately decided to purchase the tool, gradually leading to widespread adoption across North America and eventually worldwide.

Weather resistant and excellent on water bottles, laptops, cars, helmets, etc...
Original art by Gil Elvgren and edited by Notorious Fire Co.

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The quality of the workmanship is great— I became a Scott technician in 1989 . I am very impressed with the style of the design,it looks like an airpac bottle. I just bought another 2 for brother firefighters.One that just got promoted to captain. Thank you.

Craig C.

I got these for a co-worker who's also a volunteer firefighter, to put on his hardhat at work. He was thoroughly impressed with them. They're the perfect size and it helps that they're waterproof, since we're hydro-blasters. Really cool items!




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