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Thread: Mumford, bowline vs alpine butterfly

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    Default Mumford, bowline vs alpine butterfly

    I thought this was interesting,



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    Interesting. I do both for canopy anchors. Depends on my mood and diameter of tie in point. I’ll still trust either one. I use the alpine with a steel biner when I get over 12” diameter. Usually when I’m down to a spar for the ease of adjusting the tail length for blocking down.
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    Interesting to see his simple method for tying a running-AB.
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    I really like that there is a way to tie a butterfly around something, cool! Thanks Richard.

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    Good one.
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    That was pretty slick, the way he tied that butterfly.
    Nice.

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    I didn’t want to be the first to say it for fear of sounding like the new guy that I am but I too was impressed with the way he tied the butterfly.
    Shawn

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    You... you... NEW GUY!!!


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    Ya see, now my feelings are hurt.
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    Did my smilie break???

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