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    Weight difference?

    Anyone know the actual weight of both options of the marlin spike-cinch buckle kits?
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    Anyone?.................Bueler?
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    Hey M.G. Sorry for the delay getting back to you, been swamped here lately and am running about a day behind on some emails.

    I just updated the site to reflect the weights of each kit. The Whoopie kits runs 4.8 ounces and the Buckle kit weighs in at 7.5 ounces. That's mostly due to the greater amount of webbing in the Buckle kit as the individual components weights, other than webbing, is minimal in both.
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    Thanks Paul... Looking to cut down the weight on my bushman... Which I love by the way..
    Yes, more than a generous amount of strap.. Will use it awhile before I cut it down though.. Probably will be good to go then..
    Will do a review with pics when I get out, hopefully this next weekend..
    I did set it up at work at lunch time,.. Not posting those pics, Wouldn't want the boss to get the wrong ideas....... This is a wonderful piece of gear.. Thanks much..
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