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majid_sabet


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srsly. put the video back up! I read through all that shit just to find out its gone? oh come on!


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majid_sabet wrote:
I just do not want people get hurt.

MS

Off topic, but I don't actually believe this. I believe you relish in other people's injuries, misfortune, and poor decisions.

If you didn't, you wouldn't constantly be scouring the net to post up some accident that involves a fall from height, whether or not it's climbing related.

Furthermore, I believe you get physically aroused when an actual climbing injury comes across in your searches. I believe you are a sick man.


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adatesman wrote:
the last thing you want on something so small and close the its limit is jerky action.

That's what SHE said


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Valarc wrote:
adatesman wrote:
the last thing you want on something so small and close the its limit is jerky action.

That's what SHE said

You're writing your own signatures now :)

I may have to keep it on hand when my Major SoreButt quote has run its course Laugh


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adatesman wrote:
Oh, and I totally skipped the ATC altogether. Just the biner wrap when I did it since I wasn't sure the knots would pass smoothly and the last thing you want on something so small and close the its limit is jerky action.

PMI makes a belay device called the Alpine Break Tube that's designed to pass knots exactly in this manner:
http://www.pmirope.com/...p;productMasterID=52


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majid_sabet wrote:
acorneau wrote:
adatesman wrote:
Oh, and I totally skipped the ATC altogether. Just the biner wrap when I did it since I wasn't sure the knots would pass smoothly and the last thing you want on something so small and close the its limit is jerky action.

PMI makes a belay device called the Alpine Break Tube that's designed to pass knots exactly in this manner:



http://www.pmirope.com/...p;productMasterID=52


That is a rescue knot passing belay tube and it was originally developed by some company in UK( if I could recall). Not too common in vertical rescue in USA but rescuer in helicopter rappelling use a similar device while rapping from the helicopter.

the above linked source. More precisely the last sentance of the write up wrote:
Not to be used for rappelling.


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epoch wrote:
majid_sabet wrote:
acorneau wrote:
adatesman wrote:
Oh, and I totally skipped the ATC altogether. Just the biner wrap when I did it since I wasn't sure the knots would pass smoothly and the last thing you want on something so small and close the its limit is jerky action.

PMI makes a belay device called the Alpine Break Tube that's designed to pass knots exactly in this manner:



http://www.pmirope.com/...p;productMasterID=52


That is a rescue knot passing belay tube and it was originally developed by some company in UK( if I could recall). Not too common in vertical rescue in USA but rescuer in helicopter rappelling use a similar device while rapping from the helicopter.

the above linked source. More precisely the last sentance of the write up wrote:
Not to be used for rappelling.

I thought you weren't into the recommended product use write up?

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