With all of the hype about Paracord Survival Bracelets, what literally is a survival bracelet? In it’s most basic form it’s a single piece of 550 Type III paracord woven into a bracelet. Just like any product you can find many interpretations of design and quality of the product.
Welcome back to Paracord Projects, for today we will try to create a simple but functional paracord knife lanyard. I like this paracord projects a lot due to it’s simplicity, overall size and very efficient use.
Our Paracord Projects for today, how to store paracord without tangles. This is a real pain in dealing with paracords, how to keep them tidy so it won’t tangle. Now you can store your paracords without worrying about the headache of untangling.
Today we will make an exciting Paracord Projects, how to make a Paracord flashlight wrap. This project will not only give your flashlight a better look but also a better grip.
We’re back with another Paracord Projects, how to melt or burn the paracord’s end. This video includes a step by step process which is very easy to follow.
Almost all our Paracord Projects require melting or burning the ends to close of finish the knots. This usually leaves a bulk on the end and most of the time we end up flattening the melting parts with our fingers or something else.
This is a very nice to know Paracord Projects, how to attach buckles and shackles. We made a few projects already and I think it’s about time to add some flare specially to the survival bracelets. This method includes melting for your information.
Now it’s time for another no braid Paracord Projects, a one piece continuous survival bracelet without braiding. This is a neat bracelet for those who actually uses their survival bracelet other than wearing it. It easily unwinds and to wind back to a survival bracelet.
Today’s exciting Paracord Projects, the paracord monkey fist keychain! Yup it’s a nice looking keychain and a little heavy due to its actual filling, a ball bearing. Knock yourself out with this cool keychain.