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acorneau


Oct 5, 2013, 4:28 AM
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Anchor slings, DMM video
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Here's a good article and video from the folks at DMM concerning several common set-ups using slings at anchor stations...

http://dmmclimbing.com/...e/slings-at-anchors/


meanandugly


Oct 5, 2013, 4:40 AM
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Thanks for sharing this.

Can't wait for all the interesting non-intelligent comments.


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That was interesting though just for completeness I would have liked to see the FF1 values for the rope.


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Interesting indeed, but there's nothing new here. The conclusion is the same as for the previous DMM tests: "make sure there is no slack in the system if you are dumb enough to anchor yourself using slings (well... except the rapel stations)


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