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morrison_ryan

Marking gear

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I don't mark my gear anymore. Even though weed is suppose to cause memory loss, I can seem to remember what gear I brought for the day. Also why would I need to mark my gear if all you fools mark your gear, mine easy to spot out, no marking other than the manufacturers.

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It's true. Experienced climbers know which gear is theirs. Like if you put two #3 Camalots next to each other, mine will be the shinier newer one without fail, and the beat up old one will be yours. Even if yours was shiny new 5 minutes ago.

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