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The 22-Jan-2009 At 9:32:09 AM hipster
On 21/01/2009 nmonteith wrote:
>Just a thought...

>New routers in the Bluies also use these 10mm dynabolts to aid down their
>new projects when bolting - or to set anchors on the top of the cliff which
>can be used immediately. They are everywhere - especially where Martin
>Pircher was involved!

If you're using them just to pull you in to the cliff when bolting and they fail you don't die though. 12mm dynabolts are my preference when establishing anchors, maybe that's just me. These, again, are temporary. Why bring Martin into it??

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