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    have you ever had a soft shackle slip on you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountainfitter View Post
    have you ever had a soft shackle slip on you?
    Not yet. I will do strength tests on it shortly
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rawhide View Post
    It is attached straight through.
    I use a backing line for fly fishing. It is very strong
    When you say "attached straight through," what exactly do you mean? Is it just pushed into the amsteel with the fid after the making the loop?

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    I think he means its attached straight through (orthogonally) a section of the amsteel that will be buried when the shackle is closed but may be exposed when the shackle is open.

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