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Got my self a breacher bar and I wanted to wrap the handle with paracord
 
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Step 1: Gut It

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Step 1 was to remove the guts of the paracord. It's pretty easy just start pulling the white strings and work the cover off!

Step 2: Fuse It

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I decided to use two colors so I melted one and stuck it in the other then melted them together with a lighter! The orange side is for when I want to be seen and the camo for when I don't!

Step 3: Wrap & Knot

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I just did a standard wrap that you see all over instructables and made the knot up as I went! I twisted the extra cord together and lightly melted together just for the heck of it! Hope you like it! Check out some of my other projects! petergottm

Thank you

Petergottm (author) 2 months ago
Sorry for the same response a million times! I'm a button masher & it wouldn't send.
Petergottm (author) 2 months ago
It's a military multi purpose tool used to pry things open chop kindling etc.
Petergottm (author) 2 months ago
It's a military multi purpose tool used to pry things open chop kindling etc.
Petergottm (author) 2 months ago
It's a military multi purpose tool used to pry things open chop kindling etc.
Petergottm (author) 2 months ago
It's a military multi purpose tool used to pry things open chop kindling etc.
Petergottm (author) 2 months ago
It's a military multi purpose tool used to pry things open chop kindling etc.
Petergottm (author) 2 months ago
It's a military multi purpose tool used to pry things open chop kindling etc.

what is a breacher bar

Petergottm (author) 1 year ago
To be honest I was just trying something new....plus it's easier to fuse them together. Also it's not useless the outer part of 550 paracord can still support 305lbs!
gavinc21 year ago
This is a cool instruct able but why gut the cord? That leaves it useless if needed.
Petergottm (author) 1 year ago
It's not a "breaker bar" it's a "breacher bar"! It's made for the military as a multi purpose tool. Check out this link for a better idea of what it is!http://countycomm.com/eodrtool.html
Lorddrake1 year ago
the only "breaker bar" i know of is used to get additional leverage on a socket. Since it doesn't look like that is what this is designed for since it is so short and there is no way to mount a socket onto it, I am curious what do you use yours for?