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Rock Climbing Photo: Pin at the top of the second pitch; I'd say it cou...
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By joshf
From: missoula, mt
Oct 1, 2008
I'd say that strongly depends on the weight of the cat...and how many screamers it has tied to it.
By Ken Trout
From: Golden, CO
Feb 7, 2009
I placed both this pin and unseen bolt. Drilling exhausted me and we retreated from about 20 feet higher (no #5 or #6; only Chouinard tube chocks). The pin was the result of running out of bolt cash. Jeff and Dan did the FA soon after.

Of course, we tied off the pin properly, not like the red sling in the photo.
By percious
From: Bear Creek, CO
Jul 10, 2014
By Josh Tokioka
From: Cedar City, UT
Jan 3, 2015
Just the tip!
By Paul Hutton
From: Dirtbaggin' western US
Nov 27, 2015
I'd like to clarify--you placed a pin in a hole so small that you can't crank with a mono pinky? Or you drilled a hole for the pin? I'm gonna say that it's a hole, because that can't be a drilled hole that's off from 90 degrees. LOL!
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Pin at the top of the second pitch; I'd say it could hold a falling cat tied to a bungee cord.

Submitted By: batman spaghetti on Aug 23, 2008
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