Bale sling hitch
|Bale sling hitch, Bale sling, Barrel sling, Strap hitch|
Tied with a loop knot at the end of a rope
|Typical use||Hoisting or lowering objects|
|ABoK||#1694, #2163, #2168|
The bale sling hitch (or strap hitch) is a knot which traditionally uses a continuous loop of strap to form a cow hitch around an object in order to hoist or lower it. In practice, a similar arrangement can also be formed using a fixed loop at the end of a rope. This loop could be formed at the end of a line with a knot, such as the bowline, or a large eye splice.
- Ashley, Clifford W. (1944), The Ashley Book of Knots, New York: Doubleday, pp. 348–9<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>
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