Major Cord is back again with another Paracord Projects, How to make a paracord snake knot neck lanyard. A really cool looking lanyard resembling the skin pattern of a snake.
Today’s Paracord Projects, How to make a jug or bottle sling. This is a very useful project for those who like to carry around their water bottles outdoor.
Major Cord is back with another cool and useful Paracord Projects, How to make a paracord necklace or neck lanyard. We’ve made a lot of survival bracelets and now it’s about time to make a necklace.
Today’s Paracord Projects, How to make a paracord handcuffs. Though not as strong as the real handcuffs, this knot is actually used by firefighters to rescue people by pulling on their wrists.
Ok now we’re back with an easy Paracord Projects, How to tie a paracord hangman’s noose knot. This is a well known knot that is used for hanging your head (kidding aside). Well actually there are plenty of uses for this knot.
Back for another Paracord Projects, How to make a paracord soft shackle. For those who are not aware, a soft shackle is a very good lightweight replacement for a carabiner.
Today’s Paracord Projects, How to wrap an axe handle with paracord. This will give you a nice and safe grip on your axe as well as an extra cordage when needed.
Major Cord is back with another Paracord Projects, How to make a paracord sling. This a very nice project with a number of different uses.
Time for another awesome Paracord Projects, How to make a kubotan with paracord and screw. Who knows you can make a self defense weapon with this very simple tool.
This video is from Wildernessways on youtube. The video quality is clear and the audio instructions are clear as well. Although this is not a video tutorial on how to build the paracord braiding jig from scratch. Pointers and guidelines are given so you can construct your own easily.