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    The Spaceweaseal Paradox spaceweaseal's Avatar
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    (SOLD) 11ft Marpat Camo Hammock

    I got a Marpat camo 11' hammock that was made by lymphoytosis of NK.
    It is in perfect condition and is 1.1 ripstop. I will let it go for $40 shipped in the CONUS. (Sold)
    If bought today, it will ship USPS priority mail tomorrow in the am (paypal)
    Thank you



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    Last edited by spaceweaseal; 08-01-2012 at 16:25.

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    Is suspension included, and if so, what?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooster View Post
    Is suspension included, and if so, what?
    It does have tree straps and a set of 6' whoopie slings.
    Last edited by spaceweaseal; 08-01-2012 at 14:49.

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    Sorry, not to kill your sale here, but I will add that the hammock was not really meant to be used as a channeled-end type. The stitching is not reinforced for it, so if you use it that way you may end up on the ground. It was sewn to be a gathered end like the Knotty version seen here. I can't see in your photo if you have it set up as a channel-end or not, or if it was just a slip of wording.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lymphocytosis View Post
    Sorry, not to kill your sale here, but I will add that the hammock was not really meant to be used as a channeled-end type. The stitching is not reinforced for it, so if you use it that way you may end up on the ground. It was sewn to be a gathered end like the Knotty version seen here. I can't see in your photo if you have it set up as a channel-end or not, or if it was just a slip of wording.

    Don't want anybody to get hurt!

    Well it certantly is not helping it any.
    I do appreciate the information and have only layed in it a couple of times. I had no problems with it.
    I am just trying to clean out my closet and if it does not sell I will just pass it on to a friend of mine.

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    Ok..
    It's is completely rigged correctly and ready to go.
    Thank you lymphocytosis for bringing the rigging issue to light and now it's safe for everyone.

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    I'll take it

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    Quote Originally Posted by deerfu View Post
    I'll take it
    It's yours.
    Thank you

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