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By daniel arthur
From Auburn,Al
Feb 12, 2013
NW Couloir of Mt.Helen in August 2012
I am wanting to add an adjustable trigger (pinky) rest to my Raven Pro. I live in Alabama so I am forced to order online and cant run by a shop to see which ones fit... Any idea which ones will fit the Raven Pro? Thanks for the help!

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By Ray Pinpillage
From West Egg
Feb 12, 2013
Middle
Petzl Sum'tec sliding rest should fit.

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By Garret Nuzzo-Jones
From Salt Lake City, UT
Feb 12, 2013
Cleaning up in Jenny Lake.
Why do you want to add a pinky rest to a raven pro? Not exactly a fun ice climbing tool.

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By scott cooney
From La Casa Taco
Feb 12, 2013
11th hour of the Sundial
Ray Pinpillage wrote:
Petzl Sum'tec sliding rest should fit.



I wouldn't be too sure of that without trying first.... Petzls trig rest are nice if they fit but they are sized to their products and there is a good chance the BD shaft size is bigger which will make retro fitting hard.

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By willeslinger
From Golden, Colorado
Feb 12, 2013
I was pretty bummed when they didn't greenlight my...
Garret Nuzzo-Jones wrote:
Why do you want to add a pinky rest to a raven pro? Not exactly a fun ice climbing tool.


Yeah. +1 on that. The Petzl Sum Tech itself actually fits the bill on what you're trying to achieve with your Raven. There's literally no reason to use the Raven in such a way that you'd need a trig rest. It's just not made for that, there are so many other tools that fill that hybrid Mtn Axe/Ice Tool niche you're looking for (my personal fave is the BD Venom, throw a trig rest on THAT puppy and you're talking business in action).

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