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from the bottom up; A static line, a single lockin...
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By jeremydrewacloud
From: Madison, WI
Jul 31, 2014
I am kind of curious what kind of knot he used to join three pieces of webbing lol
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from the bottom up; A static line, a single locking biner, two reversed and apposed none locking biners, a single strand of webbing tied somehow to two different pieces just wrapped around a very large block (but plenty solid for one anchor piece)...wow.

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