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fat oval biners from the 70s 5
new but skinny biners 2
new fat biners (recommend in comments) 3

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Draws for carrots 1-Oct-2014 At 11:20:40 AM duglash
I saw someone shake the bracket off the bolt on Yesterday's Rooster not once but twice just the other day. She had clipped it with a solid gate biner but it was just too thin. She ended up clipping it with two biners but maybe a screwgate would work. Definitely, definitely dangerous with thin modern biners, even solid gates. Make sure you check each time you clip a carrot.

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