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Very resilient. No issues. I’ve performed jobs without a back-up before, but it is painful when you crack a chain and individuals have to delay for you to modify it. So I suggest providing a back-up regardless. But for excellent – I don’t think you will have a issue with the instrument splitting down or dropping apart. I have never had a issue – just split a chain which is common.