/ Going leashless

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franhammond92 - on 09 Nov 2012
I've got a pair of the old style DMM raptors with tech plades and I want to go leashless.

Does anyone know if something like the grivel horn will fit these picks?

Or is there anyone who has converted these axes to leashless and if so what did you use?

Fly Fifer - on 09 Nov 2012
In reply to franhammond92: Cut yer losses and buy a set of rebels. cheap and functional as the new 2012 range seems all the rage.

But yes, the trig rest and the horn fron grivel fit fly xeno and raptor with a bit butchery!

BTW i have rebels which i find meet my needs well, but others will have differing views.

FF
Withnail - on 10 Nov 2012
In reply to franhammond92:

I might be able to help you out there. I have a pair of grivel horns I dont use, in good condition. Not looking for any cash-well maybe a few quid for postage might be nice.

Up to you but second hand dedicated leashless tools might be a better option.

Jon
Withnail - on 10 Nov 2012
In reply to franhammond92:

...sorry some esager beaver quick off the mark now has a home for them.

Jon
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franhammond92 - on 10 Nov 2012
In reply to franhammond92: yeah, well I'm looking into trying winter, but can't realy afford axes. I'm only going to have these ones because I'm getting them for 30.

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