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Re: [Hammock Camping] Risk -- quarter weight questions

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  • Steve McBride
    Chet, Yes, the bowline loop itself is small, maybe only a couple inches in diameter. The long end is then threaded through that loop to form a sliding loop,
    Message 1 of 5 , Nov 30, 2003
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      Chet,
       
      Yes, the bowline loop itself is small, maybe only a couple inches in diameter. The long end is then threaded through that loop to form a sliding loop, which tightens over the hammock knot. I didn't use a simple slip knot for fear it would untie under tension.
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      I really like the sounds of having removeable hanging straps! Do you mean that you just tie a bowline in the end of the strap, make loop with it, and tighten it over the hammock knot?
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