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Redundancy is not redundant 23-Feb-2009 At 10:43:29 PM WM
wider photo adds nothing - it was just sitting on a rock at the bottom by the time i took the pic. just your usual wiregate clip and go anchor biner.

note the wear on the back of the spine - when loaded it gently pressed on a small ironstone band. I noticed this loading arrangement when clipping it but the angles were so small it seemed like trivial contact and didn't raise my suspicion. my only theory is that maybe when people swung around on loweroff or toprope it was getting moderate whacks against the ironstone while loaded

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