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    Eek. I was taught never to cross line over your body when tying. If something heavy or strong, think horse or cargo, were to move suddenly, it could be surgical.

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    Maybe I am not looking at it right

    [QUOTE=Jon;158604]Reindeer knot.

    but from here it looks rather like tying a bowline one handed

    with a release hitch


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    Quote Originally Posted by neilbourjaily View Post
    Eek. I was taught never to cross line over your body when tying. If something heavy or strong, think horse or cargo, were to move suddenly, it could be surgical.
    I was going to say, I've never been fond of rope-tying techniques that require even the briefest entrapment of body parts and for that very reason.



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