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CoC 3 certification: close but not enough


insane.warrior
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Hello grip brothers!

War is not an excuse to stop gripping.

My second attempt to cert: gripper this time was much tougher than the last time. Even though I’ve got stronger, that wasn’t enough.

I have closed the gripper during the third attempt but for a brief moment.

This is why I refused to send the video back to Ironmind, I want to make certification as perfect as possible.

 

P.S. calibration was not ideal, I know, have already adjusted my technique.

But this is hell of a gripper! RGC is higher for about 4-5 lbs than on my hardest #3.

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Such a tiny gap left! Considering it definitely was a hard #3, and you paused the card for a very long time, soon no #3 will be hard for you. Best of luck my friend, you will get this in no time! 💪

Edit: RGC calibration after cert attempt was remarkable, awesome way to present the real resistance of the cert gripper. First time ever done.

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Thank you Alex :)

Much appreciated!

Yeah, I wish I could successfully close that bad boy and show the measurements but …

Next time everything will be perfectly fine, hopefully :)

 

 

 

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Ah man of course it had to be a hard one!😑

Regardless, it was extremely close! Good luck with your next attempt!

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Wow! Awesome job man! 

 

I still remember your first attempt a few months ago and that was good! (In my eyes and the eyes of a lot of us on here)

 

Also, love the calibration at the end. Have you cross calibrated Cannon to see the difference? 

Any way, still great work with the credit card over emphasis! 

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9 hours ago, matek said:

Ah man of course it had to be a hard one!😑

Regardless, it was extremely close! Good luck with your next attempt!

Thanks man 👍🏼

8 hours ago, stranger said:

Also, love the calibration at the end. Have you cross calibrated Cannon to see the difference? 

Yeah, I did 🙂

My calibration shows smaller numbers, the difference is about 2.8 lbs.

The rope I use is a little less than 1’’ wide, that is the reason.

Plus, on the video, I did not align the rope with the handle’s end. 

 

To summarise: I kept the gripper squeaky (did not apply oil on the spring) and calibration multiple times showed 158.3 lbs, same result as my CPW rated Standard Co 161.

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Duuuuuude that was so close! I was frustrated for you lol.. Great attempt 

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