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May 25, 2016
I retrieved a nice pair of draws from the anchors on a route at Rifle. PM me the route and description of draws and I'll send them to ya. John Ryan
From Poncha Springs, CO
Joined Aug 31, 2012
150 points
May 25, 2016
John Ryan wrote:
I retrieved a nice pair of draws from the anchors on a route at Rifle. PM me the route and description of draws and I'll send them to ya.


Seriously, you stole draws off the anchors of a sport route in a sport climbing area? Draws or biners on anchors are left there to make lowering off a route easier. Go put them back, they aren't yours and weren't meant for you to remove them.
Ken Noyce
From Layton, UT
Joined Aug 12, 2010
1,912 points
May 25, 2016
Lol. There are fixed carabiners on chains. This climber chose to use his or her own draws on chains instead of using the permanent fixed draws. John Ryan
From Poncha Springs, CO
Joined Aug 31, 2012
150 points
May 25, 2016
John Ryan wrote:
Lol. There are fixed carabiners on chains. This climber chose to use his or her own draws on chains instead of using the permanent fixed draws.


Okay, got you, sorry for my incriminating reply, but generally when someone posts something like this it is because they stole the lowering gear. Nice job trying to get the draws back to their owner.
Ken Noyce
From Layton, UT
Joined Aug 12, 2010
1,912 points
May 25, 2016
I hear ya. No worries. John Ryan
From Poncha Springs, CO
Joined Aug 31, 2012
150 points


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