Unscrew the bolt on the side of each loop. Push in on the bolt and the pin should come undone. put the pin through the stud,put the pin back in the lo...
This instructable was made to show you how to make a dotted blaze bar shotgun sling. Before you start, make sure sure that you have a clean workspace, especially your floor, so your paracord does not get dirty. Also, make sure that you have the right shotgun studs, and that your shotgun even has stud holes!
What you need are the following: Paracord: 35 feet of one color, 15 feet of another; A lighter; A pair of scissors; A vise; Shotgun studs: Make sure that they are the right studs, and make sure that your shotgun even HAS stud holes!!!
Step 2: Tying to the Stud and Starting
This step might get kind of confusing, but its the only way that I could explain it. First things first, to start off, put one stud and loop in the vise, with the loop side out. Run the short cord through the loop and match the ends up. Then, take the long cord and run it behind the short cord, but do not run it through the stud. Match up the two ends and then cross them over, or swap sides with them, and match the ends up again. Now, take the short cord by the ends and go up above where you crossed the long cords. Now, drop the long cords in the middle of the loop. go in between the short cords before the loop with the cord you are using now. Tighten
Step 3: Starting the Knot
To start the knot, get the right long cord, and go over the right short cord and under the left short cord. Put this cord in front of the left long cord. Get the left long cord. Go over the left short cord, and under the right short cord. Put this cord through the back of the loop created by the right long cord. Tighten.