Shackle (disambiguation)


Shackle (disambiguation)

A shackle is a device used as a connecting link in rigging systems.

Shackle may also refer to:
* Fetters, a type of restraint device
* "Shackles (Praise You)", a song by Mary Mary
* As part of a land vehicle, a shackle is a link connecting a leaf spring to the frame
* A nautical unit used for mesuring the lengths of the cables and chains (especially anchor chains), equal to 15 fathoms, 90 feet or 27.432 meters.


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