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Old 04-27-2009, 07:31 PM
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Hi all

This a video from my channel that i think you might like. It is my design of paracord rifle sling

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Old 04-27-2009, 07:38 PM
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WOW, that is kinda of wierd that you posted that. I was just looking at para cord slings this morning, and watched your video! Looks good, great work
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I have that same ruger and after 1000 rounds its starting to chip were the rounds come out of the reciver... but other then that works well
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Nice work, I'm gonna make up a couple of these.
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I'm ashamed of mine now. Planning on doing another one now.

Excellent work!
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Excellent video, now to find someone who can knit.
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Thanks, Granny, for teaching me to knit. I'm about to be rewarded for all the snickering from my friends I had to endure at the time. Here it is, at least 40 years later and I still remember how. You just never know when a particular skill will come in handy.

I'm not sure just how to attach the swivels, but I'll figure it out. I'm headed to the army surplus store this afternoon for black paracord, all I have on hand is OD.



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