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Since the typical motivation for sport rappellers really is the military emulation thing, I always found it odd that they'd fixate on that element. It'd be like a NASCAR enthusiast changing his tires really fast to just get into the spirit of the thing. Brian Scoggins
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I'm not sure which is worse, sport rappelling or Parkour. Ray Pinpillage
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Oct 12, 2012
A Very Not Snowy Christmas...
Brian Scoggins wrote:
Since the typical motivation for sport rappellers really is the military emulation thing, I always found it odd that they'd fixate on that element. It'd be like a NASCAR enthusiast changing his tires really fast to just get into the spirit of the thing.


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Morgan Patterson
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Oct 12, 2012
M Sprague wrote:
The purpose is so you can shoot people on the way down. It is kind of stupid otherwise.


Ranger ranger have you heard?
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