Our Halligan Bars are designed with feedback from firefighters telling us what they want and need in a Halligan tool.

Our Halligans come ”tuned” right out of the box with reference lines on the forks and adz for setting the tool during conventional forcible entry. They have squared shoulders, and thin forks for those tight door forces. The adz end has a smooth striking surface to eliminate awkward striking angles, and is designed to help prevent “skinning” an outward swinging door, flatter than previous models. The forks have a one inch spread between the tines to remove doorknobs for through-the-lock techniques. Lastly, we understand fire company pride and clean tools, that’s why we finish our Halligan Bars with a Zinc coating to help prevent rust and make this tool easy to clean.

Leatherhead Tools uses traditional forging and high carbon steel to produce our bars. Our team takes it one step further, every forged bar is tested for strength from pick end to fork end before it leaves our shop.

Halligan Bar

  • Made in the U.S.A.
  • 100% drop forged in the U.S.A. with American high carbon metal and age-old craftsmanship
  • Our rugged Halligan Bar is ideal for forcible entry, overhaul, and ventilation operations
  • Available lengths: 24 in., 30 in., and 36 in.
  • Designed to live up to the limited lifetime warranty


Item# Description Length
LB-24 24″ Leatherhead Halligan Bar (Forged Halligan Type) 24″
LB-30 30″ Leatherhead Halligan Bar (Forged Halligan Type) 30″
LB-36 36″ Leatherhead Halligan Bar (Forged Halligan Type) 36″
LB-42 42 in. Leatherhead Halligan Bar (Forged Halligan Type) 42 in.
LBM-20 20″ Mini-Leatherhead Halligan Bar (50% Smaller than full size Halligan Bar) 20″

What They Say About Our Tools

I have taught forcible entry across North America for the last 18 yrs, I have used every bar that is on the market and I have to say the Leatherhead Halligan Bar is one of the best bars I have used.
The bar comes tuned and ready to go, from the squared off shoulders to the depth notches the bar is battle ready. Over the past 2 years I have taught hundreds of students with the Leatherhead Halligan and forced thousands of doors and the Halligan still holds up to the extreme abuse. I highly recommend this bar to anyone who is serious about forcible entry work.

Andrew Brassard

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