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help buying climbing equipment 19-Mar-2007 At 8:06:49 AM brat
And a biner!

It's probably easier to climb at a gym until you get to know the gear, then buy new, otherwise you may get "advised" by some counter jockey to buy something unsuitable or the secondhand bargain may be past it's use by date, particularly on ebay!

Same goes with a rack, unless you have climbed enough to know what/how/where something is used for don't buy it! There's plenty of people looking for belayers....sorry, climbing partners to get you out on the rock, this forum is a good place to start!

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