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I know, it's kind of cliche, paracord and survival. But hey, let's have some fun. This is my first creation. Needed something to keep the binky from falling when we're in stores.

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#2
An idea I always liked was making your shoelaces out of paracord so that you always have some if need. Not really a creation but paracord related.[/align]
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Internet troll;20849 Wrote:An idea I always liked was making your shoelaces out of paracord so that you always have some if need. Not really a creation but paracord related.

It doesn't like to stay tied with a standard granny & bow knot- at least the stuff that I used when my laces broke.
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#4
You can open up some locked doors with paracord (or a shoe lace) and a paperclip. It only works on doors that open toward you, and without anti-shimming security features. Anyway the idea is, you tie your string to a paperclip, and bend the paperclip into the shape of a "C". Then feed the paperclip behind the door latch, pulling the string with it. Now you should have the two ends of the string in your hand, and wrapped behind the door latch. Pull on both ends of the string, and the door knob, at the same time. It's like the credit card shimming trick, except that it can be used on doors that open outward instead of inward.

Now would be a good time to mention that paperclips are a great thing to have on hand. I try to keep two in my wallet. The uses for paperclips are endless.
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#5
I made a 6ft long dog leash with paracord tied just like the survival bracelets. Took me a while but the girl at the ASPCA who ended up with it said it was the perfect leash for walking the pitt bulls.
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#6
Streaker still has a binky?!?! Wink

I made a rifle sling for my ar, using the standard weave. I want to say a cobra knot? Worked well enough. But it felt to springy, and was too narrow for my taste.
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Connal;20894 Wrote:Streaker still has a binky?!?! Wink

I made a rifle sling for my ar, using the standard weave. I want to say a cobra knot? Worked well enough. But it felt to springy, and was too narrow for my taste.

Don't be silly, it's for my tactical infant.
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streaker69;20896 Wrote:
Connal;20894 Wrote:Streaker still has a binky?!?! Wink

I made a rifle sling for my ar, using the standard weave. I want to say a cobra knot? Worked well enough. But it felt to springy, and was too narrow for my taste.

Don't be silly, it's for my tactical infant.
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Need a bipod lol
This will be the best security for maintaining our liberties. A nation of well-informed men who have been taught to know and prize the rights which God has given them cannot be enslaved. It is in the religion of ignorance that tyranny begins. -Ben Franklin
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#9
Tactical baby is not amused.

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Speaking of cliche...

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