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I'm pretty sure this isn't the right name and I'm not aware of the history, but the problem/route was missing from MP, so I thought I'd add it since I was there the other day.
Start on the southeast side of the Bullet Hole Boulder. It follows up the arete and the sloping crimpers for your left hand.
I found the holds to be solid, just not positive a lot. The crux is in the middle 4-5 feet where the hand holds go missing, minus the sloping arete.
I found this route to be harder than the chipped V2/3 on the northwest side, but that's probably just me. It's definitely more technical than that one.
The route is on the southeast corner of the Bullet Hole Boulder. You can downclimb on the northeast side.
If you're top roping this, you're probably good to go. If you're high balling it, grab a few pads and spotters.
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