Tie A Bhk
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Detailed Description
The BHK is useful mostly when rigging anchors with static ropes.When tied with full strength static rope it is considered to be incredibly redundant and safe.

The loop coming out the back is often referred to as the backside.  This loop should be captured.  One way to capture it is to clip it with the other two loops when you clip them with a carabiner.  You can also pass it over the knot, tie it off with an overhand knot the the main rope, or clip it with a carabiner to the main rope.

This knot is also known as the BFK.  In both abbreviations B stands for big and K stands for knot.  The H stands for Hucking and we leave what the F stands for as an exercise for the reader.

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