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locking biners at altitude 31-Mar-2008 At 8:25:53 PM ant
Have a look at Andy Kirkpatricks site:

Personally, I carry a DMM Boa (belaying and raps with an ATC guide), 2 BD Quicksilver screwgates (light weight multi-use) and a Petzl OK Oval (hauling, using the ATC guide in autoblock mode, added friction when belaying).

I have always gone for screwgates over auto locking types. They are easier to operate with fat gloves on, and have never given me trouble when frozen up.

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