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03-03-2019 10:16 AM
hbic8 great idea
12-11-2016 05:47 PM
Iamthc Google says " a cord passed around the neck, shoulder, or wrist for holding a knife, whistle, or similar object." Its basically just a string. It can have both ends connected to the item forming a loop so the object can hang around your neck, wrist, or from a hook (think of that elastic thing that keeps your sunglasses hanging around your neck.) You can also connect one end to each of two associated items you want to keep together, like a gps and its carrying case, although in this case I think the proper term is leash. What is cool about the technique described in this article (thanks oldwarrior64) is that has a coiled "springy" effect, functioning like the cord from the handset on a landline phone.
02-02-2015 08:27 AM
butchfig8 good instructions. will need on for the jiffy junk auger to keep track of plug wench
01-27-2015 07:38 PM
baronpilot Outstanding - I take dads and their sons and now daughters camping and I always try to come up with a bushcraft project for them --- this is the next one!! Outstanding and the cool thing is I have everything to do this already --- just did not know how to do it.. Thanks so much!!
01-10-2015 02:53 PM
Bocavo Nice tutorial, thanks for sharing.
09-17-2014 02:34 PM
Gearspoke Thank you for this post, now I know what I will be doing tonight!
09-13-2014 02:38 AM
mybookroom This was really interesting. I'm going to try this right away.
07-04-2014 08:02 AM
Nowater Ok, I am new to paracord and this the first time I've seen a good reason to strip out the center. Thanks.
12-17-2013 01:28 PM
Tony Wright awesome !! gonna Use This Idea on Gerber HATCHET . thank a u.
11-10-2013 09:41 PM
roco410 I finally made my first cord/bracelet and now the wife wants one. I've had so many attempts but I kept messing them up. Oh well, I didn't fail many times... I learned how NOT to make them. lol
09-24-2013 10:54 AM
JustLukin Great info.. will try out soon. Just into paracording, just to help old man to keep his memory working.. Thanks for the help..
07-31-2013 08:24 PM
Wntn2lrn62 Nice tutorial, thanks.
07-30-2013 11:56 PM
jke Great idea !!
07-22-2013 12:27 PM
sherlock04 Great info, thanks for posting.
07-19-2013 01:02 PM
rickranger1994 Newbie to the site here and looking at some of the older post when I came across this one that was started 3 years ago,,,, good information like this never goes out of date,,, great idea on paracord use.
06-14-2013 04:36 PM
KC3APB
Thanks for the how to...

I'll be trying this over the weekend. It would be cool if some others would post pictures of how they attached items to their coils.
04-05-2013 09:02 AM
l13v08p I saw something similar involving threading a keyring coil thru 550 cord. I tried it and it wasn't so easy. This looks 1000x easier. I can't wait to try it.
04-03-2013 11:04 AM
vraftsman
impressed

Impressive, Definitely have to give this a try! Anyone try that reverse drill tweak mentioned?
03-04-2013 06:40 AM
jc308 Nice good to know Thanks
02-27-2013 05:31 PM
MiddleWolf When it comes to whipping, if you've built or repaired your own rods, putting on the guides with the thread is basically the same procedure. Also the extra thread to add color is a whipping.
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