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General Climbing Discussion

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Back-clipping and biner direction 6-May-2004 At 8:57:31 AM Nico
Down-and-out has always seemed good to me, getting the opening away from the rock.

And for the reverse reason, racking any gear, quickdraws or cams, on the rack or on gear loops, the krab goes on upwards and inwards, precisely because its easier to get it off when you need it. Nothing more frustrating than getting the rack back from a second and finding that everything is upside down and inside out and you have to wrestle with each piece - just when you want it *now* ...

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