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    Senior Member The Belgian's Avatar
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    Amsteel in the mail

    Just checked the mail this evening and what did I see? A nice small box containing 40' of Blue Amsteel and 40' of Grey Amsteel from Redden Marine. So as of now I just completed two sets of whoopie slings, a set for my HH ULB and a set for my ENO SN. Chose two different colors mainly to identify the head in of my HH. I have 10' of each color remaining, trying to figure out something to do with the rest. Any suggestions? By the way thanks Redden Marine the HF discount and speady delivery.

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    I took some leftovers and improved the ridgeline in my HH Explorer Deluxe.
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    You could make some soft shackles or continuous loops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goatnuck View Post
    You could make some soft shackles or continuous loops.
    or soft shackle prussics.

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    Or little mini whoopies for your key chain. I keep my pocket flashlight on an 8" whoopie out of Zing-It. Perfect conversation starters or trinkets to give friends.

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