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Retrievable rigging sling

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Been looking at the Honey Brothers one and thinking of getting one as an alternative for a redirect pulley and on it's own for light rigging applications as an alternative to a swing cheek pulley. Does anyone else do this or see an issue with it?

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We like the shizl one but think ours is 12 mm

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Use something similar which I made with Xrings as a redirecte or just a single ring as a split tail tied on depending on angle the rope is working at.

 

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x ring cambium savers are awesome. Can be set and retrieved from the ground with a throwline. Its a double win because you can retrieve them in the tree when used as a redirect from your main block too. I use mine a fair bit.

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x ring cambium savers are awesome. Can be set and retrieved from the ground with a throwline. Its a double win because you can retrieve them in the tree when used as a redirect from your main block too. I use mine a fair bit.

 

Real talk:thumbup1:

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