Step 1: Materials
- 3 Standard Size Staples
- 1 Needle
- 1 Black Paper-mate Ball Point Pen
- 1 Key-Chain Clip
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Gun
- Low-Temp Hot Glue Sticks
- Knife of Some Sort
- Hack Saw or Dremel
- Empty Epoxy Putty Tube
Step 2: Saw Off Hook
Step 3: Cut Piece of Pen
2)Measure pen against key-chain, pen peice should be about 3/16"-1/4" longer than clip piece.
3)Cut 2 pieces of ink barrel, one about 1" long and the other, about 1/4" long.
Step 4: Glue Together Pen Pieces
2)Use needle to make sure there are no obstructions in the tube.
Step 5: Glue Pen Pieces to Clip
Step 6: Make the Grapple
2)Pinch fingers just below ink barrel piece, position staples as evenly as possible, and apply a small bead of hot glue.
3)As a safety precaution I am required to tell you to put a bead of hot glue on the needle tip to dull it.
4)Cut a thread to the length of your desire(I recommend about 4 feet).
5)Tie the thread to the needle(at least a triple knot; very tight) and cut off the excess.
6)Tie the other end of the thread to the clip's bottom loop.
Step 7: Usage and Storage
1)Load the grappling hook into the barrel.
2)Make sure your hand is out of the way of the string.
3)Pull back the switch, and fire.
1)Wrap string around point where clip meets loop.
2)Put grappling hook through key ring, loop around ring, and put through key ring again.
3)Place it all in the empty epoxy putty tube.