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using a clamp for pro 24-Jun-2010 At 7:14:01 AM mankrambler
yes, grit crags are where you might see this type of weirdness. I saw one bloke on a very poorly protected pitch at Froggatt (UK) take a modest length of rough-sawn timber from his "rack" and then, with a hack-saw (also holstered on his harness), cut it to size. Set inside a wide crack like a beam, it was then tied-off with a sling, proclaimed "bomber", and then used as the only piece between bob and the deck. The G-clamp sounds far worse to me.

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