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Arborist Rigging Pistol

Discussion in 'Climbing and Rigging Equipment' started by jomoco, Jun 18, 2017.

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    image.jpeg Give it big dog claw clippin ability.

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    image.jpeg The slot of no return.

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    image.jpeg image.jpeg Just under 2 lbs now with no reel or magnets.
     
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    I keep tellin meself the ARP's are lightweights in the pistol world!
     
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    image.jpeg image.jpeg And don't be thinkin ARP's ain't real pistols!

    There are ARP apps!

    That kick like a 12 gauge!

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    image.jpeg I think of it as an attachable grenade launcher app.
     
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    image.jpeg image.jpeg Apparently Kevlar cord has the best heat resistance characteristics of all the cords, but very poor shock load resistance.

    However the Kev cord I wanna test's rated for 780 lbs, and stuff I wanna lower'll come nowhere near that.

    Still under 2 lbs here sans handle, reel n magnets.

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