[r-t] Opinions sought

Fred Bone Fred.Bone at dial.pipex.com
Fri Jan 18 13:22:53 GMT 2019

On Friday, January 18, 2019 at 17:48, Robert Bennett said:

> One rule which would seem to be acceptable, would be to allow any
> multi-method peal to be spliced, if the number of changes of method is
> equal to the number of extents times the number of methods, minus one;
> with a proviso that the method rung must change at least every 720 of
> minor or 120 of doubles.
> E.g. for 3-Spliced Minor, with 7x720s, there should be 3 methods in each
> 720, which is at least 20 changes of method. Any arrangement which does
> this, provided that it doesn't have a full 720 of one method, should be
> ok.

Under current definitions, you can ring a 360 of PB6, single, 360 St 
Clement's, single, 360 St Clement's, single, 360 PB, single, and that's 
two spliced extents. Under your version, it isn't.

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