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I don't think anybody said that. (Or did I miss something?)

Lazy jacks for the most part make sail handling easier short handed. I have heard the argument that when hoisting the sail the battens can get fouled on the lazy jacks, but I would suggest that is more of a technique problem than an inherent flaw in the lazy jack system.

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Jeff said so above. Or maybe that’s not want he meant? I agree that they make things easier. Mine will snag a batten unless I keep the boat pointed the right direction but like you say, that’s technique.
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