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The most simple knot.Used as a stopper and prevent ropes from fraying .
Used to tie two ropes of equal thickness together.It is pretty easy to tie and untie but under tention,it may be diffcult to untie.It is also not suti...
used as a stopper,prevent ropes from fraying and its more secure than tumb knot. it's is also used to tie Caribinas to ropes and is often used in rock...
used for pulling logs.
Used to tie a rope onto a pole or log. The pole must be round. The pole lust be thicker then the rope itself. (greatly used during pioneering)
used to tie ropes of different thickness together.(works on same thickness of ropes too.)
To shorten Ropes To prevent middle fraying.
Whipping Used as a grip for pulling things.(when tied on a stick or small pole)(marlin spike hitch)
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