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There I was, I had just finished off the last Altoid in the tin. I had no idea what to do with it. I set it off to ...
Here are the contents of the kit. 1. Lighter 2. Measuring Tape 3. Swiss Army Knife 4. Buckle 5. Key ring 6. Ball Bearing 7. Paracord Fid 8. Paracord ...
Meant for melting the paracord ends. A small Bic lighter will serve this purpose. Also, a windproof lighter about this size would be great.
I put this in to measure paracord accurately, so as not to waste it. It won't be able to measure anything over 4 feet at once, but that ...
I put this in for its knife and tweezers. The knife for cutting the paracord, and the tweezers for threading the paracord.
The buckle is for bracelets, the key ring is for lanyards, and the ball bearing is for a monkeys fist.
I put this in for more easy knot tying. I love turks head knots, and this makes tying them so much easier. Credit goes to MacGyver9 for the invention ...
I added this in for two reasons: One, for something to tie knots with, and two, to fill up all extra space to prevent the rattling of other ...
This is how i would recommend fitting it all in. It will take some cramming, but it should all fit in. Its a great little kit to keep in your ...
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