I think it is unnecessarily redundant if used with a stock bar.SpaceRacer wrote:First off, I'd like to give mad props to Mystic for being innovative when it comes to safety. I think any company that tries to make the sport safer should be supported. My only question really, without having one of these in front of me, is would all of the extra hardware pose a line snag risk? So even though you would have redundant backup for your QR, would you see diminishing safety returns because of a line snag possibility? Can't wait to check one out!
It is certainly a judgment call based on personal preference. There is no real wrong answer to debate. We just have different perspectives worth considering.finnkc wrote:It may not appeal to everyone, but IMO a redundant release system seems like a good thing to me. Sure QR don't fail that often but no one can say they are %100 reliable.
I wondered as well why on the left side? Was the engineer a lefty?nick14 wrote:Has anyone noticed it seems to favour left handed people? The good thing about the QRs on the chicken loop is its easily accesable for both hands.
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