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I have just recently bought a new climbing rope with a spliced eye and while looking at it I have started wondering how dose it hold much weight with out slipping out. This might sound silly to some people but after YouTube and seeing people do the splicing I still can not understand how the skin and core of the rope don’t just slide back out from each other. (With out whiplocking) Thanks in advance for any reply's. 

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What's the rope? All splices theoretically can pull out although in practice, it's only really straight  buries on Hollow braid which are likely or rigging lines that have a loose cover, which is why they are lock stitched

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