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Here is my youngest nephew showing of his bracelet....tooo cute!!!!
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Here is my youngest nephew showing of his bracelet....tooo cute!!!!


Way to go, git 'em started early
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Lil' survivalist is so cute with his paracord bracelet!! He can tie his bib back on, or make a belt for his saggy diaper and even make a lasso to grab his favorite toy I love it
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He is getting an early start lol....I am proud to be his aunt....I love him to pieces chubby cheeks and all!!
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This stuff is like a fever I cant get rid of are there any para-cord support groups here? maybe PAA ha ha ha.Here are a few pics of things I have done the donuts weaves , Alice pack handle has a monkey fist attachment on the end of a cobra weave sinet then the Ka-bar utility handle wrap kopo style then the key chain lanyard I think I am going to start messing with my extra canteen and weaving anyone have any ideas what type of weave or sinet goes good on cats ? tactical cat grab that nickname if it isn't already taken. lol
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I have made several different types of bracelets. My recent one is a bracelet made with witness beads woven into a cobra weave. This isn't the same bracelet but here is a link explaining the colors. http://www.ehow.com/how_4843341_rain...bracelets.html Unfortunately no pictures yet. As soon as I get the rest of my beads I will re-weave it with the appropriate colors and post it. I also have a twisted cobra and a king cobra t o get pictures of also. I also put cobra weaves on a full sized and a mini bic lighters for keychains. Most of the credit goes to TIAT on Youtube. But, I did learn a few from other posters they just aren't as frequent as TIAT. All were learned on Youtube if anyone wants to know.

1. Simple wrapped bracelet I found on Youtube.
2. Basic cobra weave also on Youtube.
3. Lizards Tail Sinnet bracelet on Youtube.
4. 4 Strand woven bracelet on Youtube (no technical name.)
5. Pink cobra weave.
6. Zipper Sinnet bracelet ( I actually made two. The first one uses two strands, the 2nd is all one strand. Also called a chain knot.)
7. Black over Pink cobra weave.
8. Snake Knot
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So what would you use the paracord for?
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Speaking for my posts only, the handle on the ruck is for convenience, the hat band just an easy way to have extra 550 with you. Unravel it and have a cord for lashing about anything.
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Great thread and great information. I think I am going to pull mine out and start playing with it. Uh . . .
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Anyone know where I can order some blaze orange? I wanna use that with black so I can find stuff when I drop them.
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Anyone know where I can order some blaze orange? I wanna use that with black so I can find stuff when I drop them.
Try amazon.com

or here

http://www.parachute-cord.com/
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OK so I had too much time, coffee, HK snaps and paracord on my hands and made a few rifle slings, including a single point sling for my 'little black rifle'

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Where can you buy those attachment points?
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The HK type hooks are available at:

http://www.strapworks.com/Snap_Hooks...ap_p/mhk-s.htm

Only $2.50 each plus shipping.
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Anyone know where I can order some blaze orange? I wanna use that with black so I can find stuff when I drop them.
Personally I like the folks at Camping Survival....great customer service and reasonable prices:

http://www.campingsurvival.com/saorpa55ny50.html

Plus....enter "facebook" in the coupon code and get another 5% off your order
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This band will last a lot longer than the one that came on the watch.
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Here's some things I did when I got bored.

1. Strap for my safety glasses.
2. Lanyard for my buck knife.
3. Closer buck knife lanyard.
4. Emergency mini bic keychain.
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How much cord did you use on your hat? thanks
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How much cord did you use on your hat? thanks
I tied this up a long time ago...I think I used the formula of 1 foot of 550 cord per inch of cobra braid. The braid is about 25 inches so about 25 feet.
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thanks for the info... great post.
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i have'nt done anyting as good as some of these other posts. what i just did yesterday was i made my mora into a neck knife. i drilled 4 holes into the sheath where the handle of the knife is,and laced the parcord through the holes and made an X pattern on the handle to hold it in place. at the 2 ends i put a cord-lock on it to keep it from slipping and tied the ends togeather.i left extra cord so if i want to adj how low it hangs i can. i tried it today when i went on our last deer hunt for the year.it worked great not 1 problem

now i am going to add a few things to the sheath like a flint and maybe a button compass.
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