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If you don't have an old charger cord around, phone handset cord may work as well.
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Thanks for this. This is a cool use of whipper line and paracord
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If these hold up I have many uses for them. Thanks for the demo.
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Thanks a lot, anyone have anything on "paracord survival slings"?
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Thanks a lot, anyone have anything on "paracord survival slings"?
One of many threads to get you started;

https://www.survivalistboards.com/sho...d.php?t=134889

Good luck!
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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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Nice good to know Thanks
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Impressive, Definitely have to give this a try! Anyone try that reverse drill tweak mentioned?
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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.
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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.
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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of the older post when I came across this one that was started 3 years ago,,,, good information like this never goes out of date,,, great idea on paracord use.
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Great info, thanks for posting.
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Great idea !!
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Nice tutorial, thanks.
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Great info.. will try out soon. Just into paracording, just to help old man to keep his memory working.. Thanks for the help..
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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
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awesome !! gonna Use This Idea on Gerber HATCHET . thank a u.
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Ok, I am new to paracord and this the first time I've seen a good reason to strip out the center. Thanks.
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This was really interesting. I'm going to try this right away.
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