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Old 05-12-2010, 11:20 AM
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Default Re: Safety Glove Clips

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Yes one does not use the Glove clip to tether For that I have several different leashes on the site.
Thanks bud here are the pic you sent me

Got any with the clip attached?
ay they look realy good i bought some nylon flying jesses once and they were just like mews jesses with no slit and they kept falling out of the eyelets youl do well with these.
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Old 05-12-2010, 12:12 PM
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Default Re: Safety Glove Clips

Cheers paul, i think a slightly bigger clip would be better, I sometimes have problems unclipping the clip when i have clipped it back onto the 'D' ring on my glove. there is not much room for the clip to open. I'll post some pictures later of my setup. As said before the clip is intended as a quick means of securing a bird while in the field .
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Old 05-12-2010, 08:21 PM
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Default Re: Safety Glove Clips

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No its not one of yours paul, and you can see a broken one hanging on my set up, i,ll be getting one of your asap.

jase.
Good stuff Bud Thank you!

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ay they look realy good i bought some nylon flying jesses once and they were just like mews jesses with no slit and they kept falling out of the eyelets youl do well with these.
I will get some pictures up soon
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Cheers paul, i think a slightly bigger clip would be better, I sometimes have problems unclipping the clip when i have clipped it back onto the 'D' ring on my glove. there is not much room for the clip to open. I'll post some pictures later of my setup. As said before the clip is intended as a quick means of securing a bird while in the field .
Yes I understand and that is why I have taken peoples advice to obtain a strong reliable clip that will match the smaller one in performance.

I like having both because personally I prefer a smaller one on the glove and a larger clip on my hunting tether
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Old 16-12-2010, 06:20 PM
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Paul. this is what i mean about the smaller clip snagging, but as you say the larger one should cure that problem.
Also a picture of the Bullett setup.
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Old 17-12-2010, 09:39 AM
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Ahh yes you mean on the thick brass D ring.
I ususally use mine on the leather where the D is fixed to and that makes it much easier.

I have the bigger clips in stock to if you have a look on the site:
Http://www.bulletjesses.co.uk/safety-clips-28-c.asp
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