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Old 02-27-2012, 05:01 AM   #1
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Go on you tube look up paracord donut. You can hold 50 to 100 feet at least easily in a small easily distributed ring.



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Old 02-27-2012, 05:24 AM   #2
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I have about 60 feet in a donut in my get home bag. Works really well. I also made a paracord bracelet with 8 or 9 feet of cord. Some of the weaves are not quick deployable. The one I used will come apart in a matter of seconds if I need to replace a boot lace or tie up a rampaging tree rat.



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Yeah thats cool man

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I have a paracord Crueller in my own Get Home bag and a heavier gauge paracord Coffee Roll in my BOB. 'course the latter is camouflaged!

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If you don't believe me look it up

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I braided about 100 ft into a rifle sling. I have 2 now. IMHO I think it's the best way to carry emergency supplies of paracord.

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A daisy chain weave is easy, quick to do, and comes apart quick. Some other weaves are more complicated to do and take quite a while to take apart.

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I have a paracord Crueller in my own Get Home bag and a heavier gauge paracord Coffee Roll in my BOB. 'course the latter is camouflaged!
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Thanks man. I've been laughing to myself since thin nylon clothesline became colored and "tactical," and been thinking about what people are gonna do for a knife handle, watchband, and now a rifle sling, etc., when they USE that paracord someone basket-weaved for, well, the string that it is...

"I'm so prepared I have a backup knife with an old-fashioned built-in handle on my belt." "In case the SHTF I carry a spare GI issue rifle sling in my carbon-fiber internal frame MOLLE backpack next to the cans of Dinty Moore. That P-38 is a classic military tool -- I have one in my mess kit and always carry one on my keychain. Booya!"

I'm not making fun of anyone here by the way guys, just being absurd...



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