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General Climbing Discussion

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Drones 3-Oct-2016 At 10:46:05 AM simey
On 3/10/2016 kieranl wrote:

>Can the lines be dropped when not in use, including overnight? I know
>setting them up again would be a pain, even with the rigging at each end
>still in place, but they do create a problem if there's an accident.

I imagine de-rigging and re-rigging slacklines constantly would be a pain in the arse. On the rare occasions there is an accident and a slackline happens to be in the way of a chopper rescue, then that is the time to de-rig it.

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