Knot Tying

Long 4 Bight Knots on Paracord Lanyards

Long 4 Bight Knots on Paracord Lanyards

Some Knotting mistake – Have Useful Silver linings I wanted to share this post today, because I thought it was important to show what can and frequently will happen to all of us paracordists from time to time. Yesterday I crafted a Horseshoe Nail Cross for one of our readers here at Paracordprojectsguide.com. I have […]

| November 16, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Another Horseshoe Nail Cross & Knots

Another Horseshoe Nail Cross & Knots

This was a difficult and frustrating project that took me several hours of testing, re-tying and almost giving up several times. The * long 4 bight knot at the bottom section of the cross was the most difficult to tie. I used 9mm black nylon cord to tie each knot on this cross – it […]

| November 15, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Monkey’s Fist Paracord Keychain Fob

Monkey’s Fist Paracord Keychain Fob

Here’s another really fun project that I made today. If you are interested in making a Monkey’s Fist keychain fob, but do not have any ball bearings or marbles to put in the middle of the fist. Then this method will create a small key fob monkey’s fist – using a Celtic Button Knot instead. […]

| October 26, 2014 | 2 Comments
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Paracord Pace Counter Ranger Beads

Paracord Pace Counter Ranger Beads

What are Ranger Beads? Pace count beads or ranger beads is a manual counting tool used to keep track of distance traveled through a pace count. How it works is, for every 100 meters you walk – you will pull down one of the small ranger beads. Once you have pulled down all ten small […]

| October 24, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Paracord Survival

How to Make a Paracord Survival Fishing Lure

How to Make a Paracord Survival Fishing Lure

Ok, you find yourself in a survival situation – you have a paracord survival bracelet or kit, which includes a fishing kit. Small hook, fishing line (or inner paracord strands can be used) a couple split shot weights and a swivel. Now, What to use as bait? Of course you could look for some live […]

| September 15, 2014 | 2 Comments
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4 Must Have Paracord Survial Kits

4 Must Have Paracord Survial Kits

We are all aware of the countless uses that paracord can provide in a survival situation. However, having cordage and an integrated survival kit is the ultimate survival necessity. Here are 4 really great paracord survial kits that could help save your life – if you ever find yourself in a survival situation. 1. The […]

| September 13, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Survival Tin EDC Paracord Pouch

Survival Tin EDC Paracord Pouch

Tonights project is a Survival tin paracord pouch – or it can also be used to hold a deck of cards, EDC tools or whatever else you can fit neatly inside and still close up. If you do choose to use it as a ‘Survival Kit Pouch’, the added benefit – will be having around […]

| September 1, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Paracord Sizes – Mil-Spec 550 vs Commercial-Spec 550

Paracord Sizes – Mil-Spec 550 vs Commercial-Spec 550

What Type of Paracord Should You Use? The strength of paracord is determined by its composition – and there are several different types of paracord sizes on the market today. Paracord is essentially made up of a lightweight nylon kermantle rope with and inner core (kern) and an exterior sheath (mantle) woven over the inner-strands. […]

| July 12, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Paracord Projects

Long 4 Bight Knots on Paracord Lanyards

Long 4 Bight Knots on Paracord Lanyards

Some Knotting mistake – Have Useful Silver linings I wanted to share this post today, because I thought it was important to show what can and frequently will happen to all of us paracordists from time to time. Yesterday I crafted a Horseshoe Nail Cross for one of our readers here at Paracordprojectsguide.com. I have […]

| November 16, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Another Horseshoe Nail Cross & Knots

Another Horseshoe Nail Cross & Knots

This was a difficult and frustrating project that took me several hours of testing, re-tying and almost giving up several times. The * long 4 bight knot at the bottom section of the cross was the most difficult to tie. I used 9mm black nylon cord to tie each knot on this cross – it […]

| November 15, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Monkey’s Fist Paracord Keychain Fob

Monkey’s Fist Paracord Keychain Fob

Here’s another really fun project that I made today. If you are interested in making a Monkey’s Fist keychain fob, but do not have any ball bearings or marbles to put in the middle of the fist. Then this method will create a small key fob monkey’s fist – using a Celtic Button Knot instead. […]

| October 26, 2014 | 2 Comments
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How to Make a Paracord Necklace

How to Make a Paracord Necklace

A two strand braided paracord necklace with safety realease buckle Here is a simple and fun project! Just another way to carry some useful paracord with you where ever you go. These paracord necklaces are made with a simple two strand braiding technique and a safety release clasp. The plastic breakaway clasp/buckle is designed to […]

| October 25, 2014 | 0 Comments
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EDPC

Everyday Paracord Carry Week #9

Everyday Paracord Carry Week #9

This week’s EDPC I am featuring several small carry’s that include either a bracelet or Lanyard. These are some really nice bracelets and lanyards that I found on Ink360.com by Djaccomo81. I think you will enjoy the quality of this guys work. Love the double skull beads!! Really like this color combination!! This Guy really […]

| October 28, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Everyday Paracord Carry #8

Everyday Paracord Carry #8

Each week we’ll show you an everyday paracord carry – worthy of a few minutes of your attention. Everyday paracord carry (EDPC) refers to various parcord items, usually small, that are attached to gear and worn or carried by a person on a daily basis for use in everyday tasks from the mundane to the […]

| October 20, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Everyday Paracord Carry #7

Everyday Paracord Carry #7

image credit Each week we’ll show you an everyday paracord carry – worthy of a few minutes of your attention. Everyday paracord carry (EDPC) refers to various parcord items, usually small, that are attached to gear and worn or carried by a person on a daily basis for use in everyday tasks from the mundane […]

| October 12, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Everyday Paracord Carry #6

Everyday Paracord Carry #6

image credit Each week we’ll show you an everyday paracord carry – worthy of a few minutes of your attention. Everyday paracord carry (EDPC) refers to various parcord items, usually small, that are attached to gear and worn or carried by a person on a daily basis for use in everyday tasks from the mundane […]

| October 5, 2014 | 0 Comments
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