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    bob0321 is offline Senior Member
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    Default Climbing Rope?

    Does anyone here have a good way of constructing a climbing rope? I want to build one to train on. I was thinking 10-15 feet with a 2 inch rope.

    I also do not know if whole setups like that are available for purchase but if anyone has that info it would greatly appreciated.

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    Default Climbing Rope?

    Function Hand Strength

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    ozarkdude4 is offline Senior Member
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    Buy some rope and find a tree. I hace a 25 footer in my back yard. You can get rope cheaper at McMaster-Carr.

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    PeterHuntRKC is offline Senior Member
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    Default Climbing Rope?

    Hey, Marine:

    I can't help my curiousity here, so I have to ask you this question: does Force Recon not have a rope at its training facility?

    (You just need one for home use, correct?)

    Thanks,
    Peter.

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    bob0321 is offline Senior Member
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    Yeah I just want to build something to use in my backyard.

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    matt333 is offline Junior Member
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    Default Climbing Rope?

    buy some rope, cut it to the desired length, and tie it to a branch on the tree.

    i'm not trying to patronise, but that's basically all you need to do.

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