Murphnuge wrote:Stormdrane's blog has a lot of excellent paracord info and plenty of links for anything he doesn't personally cover. Its where I get all my pc info.
Radical_Halflife wrote:mystic_1 wrote:I really like the looks of this sling. It may just be a trick of the photographs, but it looks to me like it tapers smoothly from the wide end to the narrower end. How was this done?
Sorry I missed your question earlier. It starts out with 6 strands of paracord as a wide soloman bar. I then dropped 2 of the strands of paracord out and finished it as a standard cobra. Basically its two cobra knots side by side, and then fades into one.
napom wrote:I thought this was a great way to kill time, so.
Used my phone so the quality is bad.
Oneswunk wrote:Interesting idea, but I still prefer the feel of wood in my hands.
tarzan wrote:Not a sound argument for having wood, in my opinion.
Tommy Tran wrote:Before I drop hammer on a 'clear' SG I full finger both tubes!
thetommy wrote:ok the bracelet isn't the original idea, but the stuff i added on to it is
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not only is this my favorite game, but it was the perfect fit for this
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yes that's right! two waterproof matches protected underneath HALO
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and underneath this little piece of tape is....
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the really crappy striker that i glued to the bottom. i know it looks bad but it still works, and i can replace it when the striker gets too beat up.
sorry if this post was too dramatic, i couldn't help myself
Mad0Hatter wrote:My 8mo old nephew sporting his brand new paracord bracelet/teething ring.
Murphnuge wrote:Mad0Hatter wrote:My 8mo old nephew sporting his brand new paracord bracelet/teething ring.
Just curious, but did yo use any other hardwear for the bracelet? The reason I ask is I've thought the samething for my daughter, but wasn't sure of how safe it would be with a clasp. I'd planned on a knot and loop closure versus a clasp, button, etc.
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