Instructables: exploring - outside - knots - survival - featured Sun, 26 Apr 2015 21:33:18 PDT BLOX v1.01 Packable Hammock
Packable Hammock - More DIY How To Projects]]> VentureScout Whether its for relaxing in the shade on a summers day or keeping you up off the wet ground, you cant beat a good Hammock! What could be better than kicking back and chillin out in a hammock you made yourself. Its much cheaper than the store bought ones and easier to make then you think (only 3 diff...
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Sat, 7 Jun 2014 12:02:01 PDT
How to Tie the Lanyard Knot
How to Tie the Lanyard Knot - More DIY How To Projects]]> eddy14777 Many people including myself have had trouble following the Stormdrane youtube video on tying the lanyard knot so i have done some research and found the solution! Materials All you need is a reasonable length of para cord or whatever you wish to use. First Step The first thing you are going t...
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Sun, 31 Jan 2010 15:07:51 PST
Survival Bracelet II
Survival Bracelet II - More DIY How To Projects]]> tevers94 You may have seen my first survival bracelet instructable on the cobra braid.  After receiving a comment from lightchaser mentioning the chain sinnet braid, I thought that was a great idea.  This is truly a Survival Bracelet, if you are in need of some rope or cord, you can just pull both ends and t...
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Mon, 1 Feb 2010 18:29:10 PST
How to tie a bowline knot ethanb34      These step by step pictures will show you how to tie a bowline. The bowline is also called the rescue knot because it never slips and is good for rescue-related purposes like pulling someone out of water. It is also called the king of knots because it can be used in so many different situations...
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Thu, 26 Jul 2012 09:20:39 PDT
How to Tie a "Cobb & Co" Hitch
How to Tie a "Cobb & Co" Hitch - More DIY How To Projects]]> cammers When I was growing up I had the privilege of living in the Australian bush and getting to know some true bushmen. People with the skills and resourcefulness that allowed them to thrive in an environment that would leave most city people helpless. One of essential skills for anyone living and workin...
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Wed, 30 Nov 2011 03:03:08 PST
Cobra Weave Key Fob
Cobra Weave Key Fob - More DIY How To Projects]]> tevers94 You may have seen my instructables on paracord bracelets, well this is the same design with a few variations.  I used to reach in my pockets and have to search for my keys.  Now i reach in and go right for the key fob.  These can be all one color, or multi colored.  Supplies -6ft of gutted parac...
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Sat, 27 Mar 2010 17:54:41 PDT
Survival bracelet with fishing line
Survival bracelet with fishing line - More DIY How To Projects]]> blacky94 I first saw these bracelets here on instructables and thought that they were absolutely awesome - so I decided to make one myself. The first one I tried to make was the Paracord bracelet with a side release buckle. But it never turned out the right length so I made it differently. Then I thought tha...
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Tue, 6 Apr 2010 07:47:02 PDT
How to make a Paracord Rescue Belt
How to make a Paracord Rescue Belt - More DIY How To Projects]]> stuwegie This is my first Instructable and i would appreciate your votes in the Paracord Contest! I will be showing you how to create a Paracord Rescue Belt. While bracelets can be useful they simply do not contain enough cord for a real emergency. 8-12 feet can certainly be handy in some situations but thi...
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Thu, 1 Apr 2010 18:43:54 PDT
Survival Bracelet (Updated!)
Survival Bracelet (Updated!) - More DIY How To Projects]]> tevers94 Survival bracelets are often seen on soldiers in war or hikers in the woods.  Real 550 paracord has 7 inner strands.  The paracord sheath is rated at about 300-pounds.  7 strands made up on two strings each for a rating of 35 pounds.  14 inner strings, each of which have a rating of about 17.5 pound...
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Wed, 27 Jan 2010 16:06:12 PST