Tried to once. Made a big mistake as a newbie and cut the branch I was tied into. I swung at my climbing line with the 020t but missed it on the way down. Thankfully I had more rope above me than air below me and was secure on the limb with my lanyard.
I'm putting in a order for a pair of Zeros in the next couple of days but want to make sure I get the right size. The chart seems to put me right between the L and the XL(wrong) as I read it. I wear a 36-32 pant normally, would any of you who are my size care to chime in?
Looked at the chart...
I think they would have to fly my wife and kid out as well for that to happen. Would be a great way to escape this snow though.
Are you really sure you want me working from a helicopter though? I'll be bugging you daily to buy one.
The way i see it is also from the standpoint that i may hit myself with the saw and may not have the time or the ability to reset my system. Having the ability to just pull down on the zigzag and hit the ground in seconds may make a huge difference.
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I know that this rope is geared towards SRT use, but I am wondering how it fares as a DDRT rope. Using 200' hanks and having them secured in a bag on my belt for crane use is starting to get a little heavy with my 11+mm lines, thus the HTP has my attention.
Any thoughts would be appreciated...