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You might as well ask "How long is a piece of string?" - everything depends on the local geology. There are thousands of quarries that have been developed for cragging. But there must be a great many more that will never be suitable. Initial research The rock in your picture doesn't look very promising, to be frank, so you might want to do some ...


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The effective range of a bow-shot at a deer is only about 40 yards; any longer and the deer has enough time to jump and won't be at the aiming point when the arrow arrives. Because of this, hunters very rarely take such long shots. Most NJ hunters hunt from tree stands. They can see you from much further than 40 yards, and you don't sound or look anything ...


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These other posts warning humans about kangaroos are absolutely correct. I would say a similar risky animal would be people might be familiar with is bears, most of the time they probably keep to themselves but when threatened they will fight and they will win probably fatally injuring you. But another danger that has not been mentioned is coming across a ...


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Much depends on how frequently you use prusiks. Back in college when i was caving a lot, we used prusiks tied in 1/4" Plymouth Goldline using a 9/16" chunk of goldline as our ascent/descent line. I never had an issue, nor did anyone in our group. For those of you unfamiliar, Goldline was a very hard lay stranded rope. As stranded rope, it was ...


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