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  Minimal stress?
  Posted by: Steve_in_Idaho on Jun-10-13 12:21 PM (EST)
 

If the stress on the rope is minimal - why is the retrieval system even needed (rhetorical question). I find it hard to believe that a falling human body generates more stress on a rope than a swamped & pinned canoe. Besides - aren't we talking about completely different rope construction? (forgive me - my climbing days are almost 40 years gone)

(no dog in the "ascender or knot" fight)

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