From 3rd edition,Rock Climbs in the White Mountains,by Ed Webster.
Autoclave 5.12R -You might want to toprope this route first,unless you are a highly skilled doctor of face climbing-with a fully paid up life insurance policy.
1. Climb Clean Sweep to the third bolt,then move up and right on extremely thin moves (5.12C R ), to a tiny ledge and and the top. 5.12C R
After Tom Callahan and John Stand toproped the route in July, 1988, John Strand led the route in November 1988.
I'm aware Rich doesn't place bolts on Fa's in the Gunks, neither does anyone else. If you've climbed anywhere much,you'd be aware few places are so suited to boltless climbing. The route listed above is just one Stand has to his credit,many on remote cliffs,including the famous "Jim Dunn is consumed by black flies".
Other than that, no I don't even begin to comprehend your reference to 5.7R. And my point is your friend Rich wouldn't be lowering off a sport climb at City of Rocks unless someone bolted it first, so like the rest of your drivel it seems asinine to diss sport climbing or bolts on this thread,much more so someone who had the sack to place his on lead. Capice?