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I had no orange cord and needed a woggle (ASAP) for a cub scout uniform. I twisted some orange knitting yarn together to make a cord for a quick fix.

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I'll tell you what; y'all amaze me with your paracord projects. Thanks for sharing so much stuff!!
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Just a quick reply to bump this thread up...some great stuff here.
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There's a lot to be said for not giving up and making your own. Well done.
I had access to a heavy equipment repair shop and was able to get some 3/4" stainless steel ball bearings I put in my monkeys fist.. You put a nice 12" or so doubled cord, maybe as simple as a cobra knot and you've got a bludgeon that's pretty easy to carry.. Grab it by the cord, swing it and pop him in the head..

For those still following this thread, I highly recommend a channel on Youtube called TIAT (stands for Tying it all together. Also do a search for https://stormdrane.blogspot.com/ I swear, he puts different knots on everything he has..
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