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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    That is a neat Biner. I like mine more though.
    Hey Dutch, I do too.
    I have always been addicted to bushcraft and outdoor gadgets, and just about had it under control.
    But now, since I received all of your great stuff, I caught myself looking for more titanium "bling".......Thanks a lot!!!
    WileyC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dutch View Post
    That is a neat Biner. I like mine more though.
    I like yours more too.

    And you're so much easier on the eyes.
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    Ya no thanks ill take professionally machined products designed for hammocks,by a hammocker with crazy load ratings.

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by saniun View Post
    Ya no thanks ill take professionally machined products designed for hammocks,by a hammocker with crazy load ratings.
    They are professionaly machined it even say so on the site

    Jeremy

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCoyote View Post
    They are professionaly machined it even say so on the site

    Jeremy
    Yeah, I kind of agree with both sides. While I always prefer to see load ratings on gear, I'm not hanging high enough to really worry too much about stuff breaking. I used to climb and take down trees professionally. Believe me, back then I knew the break strength of everything bought.
    WileyC

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    Quote Originally Posted by saniun View Post
    Ya no thanks ill take professionally machined products designed for hammocks,by a hammocker with crazy load ratings.
    It's a ridgeline/accessory clip. What are you hanging from your ridgeline that's going to exceed to capacity of a titanium hook? As far as the machining goes, they look to have been machined well and the design looks fine. Dutch makes great gear, but I think it's a bit unfair to start slagging another producer because he happens to make something vaguely similar.
    Last edited by CatSplat; 10-02-2012 at 10:29.

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