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Recent content by Fl Canopy Stalker

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    What did you do today?

    My wife does that to me all the time! Get off your phone and ……. (Fill in the blank) lmao
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    What did you do today?

    Those might be the biggest deer I’ve ever seen lol are you sure they weren’t imported
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    Wife commenting on stuff...

    I love my RX5….. what pattern did you get?
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    Screamer in a bridge?

    Total length of loop not total length of cord lol
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    Screamer in a bridge?

    I i would guess a 20”. If you were using a typical prusik, I’d say 11” as I use a 13” prusik on my 10 mm but if you use that 6.5mm on a 9mm rope to tie a klemheist, I would say the 20” would probably work the best
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    Screamer in a bridge?

    ^^^^ this though^^^^^ yes! Know your risks, do what you can to mitigate them, then rely on PPE as a back up. And most importantly know your limits and risks because we are all doing this at our own risks
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    Screamer in a bridge?

    I can’t answer for Dario, only for myself but I do not use a true dynamic line for SRT or for my tether. I use low elongation rope for each. Less stretch than dynamic, but more than static. It’s not because dynamic doesn’t work in that instance, it’s because I don’t like the spongy feeling of...
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    Screamer in a bridge?

    Ok I am not familiar with Michoacán hitch (spell check) off the top of my head I know that sterling, rock and rescue, and Bluewater ropes all have 8mm presewn eye to eyes cords, I am not sure how great they would grip though because it’s too close in size. Off the top of my head, Only Bluewater...
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    Screamer in a bridge?

    I would say an eye to eye that’s about 24” long for the schwabisch hitch
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    Screamer in a bridge?

    ??? I am lost there bud
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    Screamer in a bridge?

    But to be very clear either one would work
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    Screamer in a bridge?

    It is to add extra elongation to your system in the event of a fall. Typically when a fall generates enough force, a static hitch on a static rope will slip before it fails. With a dynamic hitch cord, it is more likely the extra stretch will further reduce force while simultaneously gripping...
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    Screamer in a bridge?

    You’ll most likely want a 6-7mm cord. Bluewater makes a dynamic hitch cord in that size range. Many companies make static hitch cords in that range as well
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    Screamer in a bridge?

    What type of friction hitch do you prefer?
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    Covid found in deer populations

    Sounds like you might be on to something
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