For the cleanest setup, we'll need to invent and tree-quickie with a swivel, with a way cool name of some sort? There are swiveling shackles, but nothing using a slic pin. Maybe add a tending point on there too.I have a plan to design and machine my own version of the HH one day... (this winter I hope). With a pulley built into the body, a slick pin in place of the 'beainer (a tapered notch on the inside of the cheek like the new RRP, to release the pin) and a swivel built in conjunction to the Quicky style connector. (Imagine two quickies had a baby with the last image.) Still lots of development and redesigns to go. I'm a machinist by trade and found a shop that will let me play this winter Solving some of the minor quality of life issues I have with stacking a pinto and swivel. The idea would be to have a full feature system in the shortest stack height possible. While having one point to undo for ponytail redirects and nothing to drop. Right now fighting to clip a 'beainer onto a swivel while holding the pinto just right is a major P.I.T.A! While I'm at it I'll stamp and bend up a cleaner tending point, the one I have is not too far off my ideal design.
(Using a regular quicky leads too many problems in my experience. For sure need one with longer arms, to prevent binding.)
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The holster just gets in the way more than anything. The rope tender I bought but since it's not load bearing, one could be made out of any number of cordages.pics please.
What I found most annoying about having to tie and untie the stopper knot ( besides the knot cinching down and being a pain to get loose) was having to retune he perfect length of hitch every time.How long does it take to untie and tie a stopper? Sure it is annoying but worth adding complexity and cost? For me no. If I was to do it I'd do a bigger U channel with a cross-drilled hole, for a slic pin to capture the stopper.
@Brocky You solution likely is the most eloquent. As per normal... haha.