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The Barrel Hitch and “barrel sling,” named for their use in hoisting cargo aboard ships, are a simple yet effective way to suspend an object. The barrel is laid on its side, both sides of the strop are spread out and passed underneath, the ends of the strop are raised together, one end is tucked through the other and hooked to an eyehook.

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The Klemheist Knot or Machard knot is a type of friction hitch that grips the rope when weight is applied, and is free to move when the weight is released. It is used similarly to a Prusik knot or the Bachmann knot to ascend or descend a climbing rope.  More About the Kleimheist Knot One advantage of the Klemheist Knot is that webbing can be used as an alternative to cord. The Klemheist is easier to slide up than a Prusik, and is also a way to attach a snubber to the anchor rope of small boats, with the advantage...

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better bow, better bow knot, bow knot, paracord, paracord knots, rope knots, shoelace knots, Titan Knots, titan paracord -

[blogslidersmall][content]The Better Bow Knot is similar to a regular shoelace knot that you would normally use to tie your shoelaces.  Just use this enhanced version to tie your shoelaces (or bikini) and never worry about it coming undone. Unties with a simple tug on the free end. Just wrap twice around the first loop instead of once to prevent it from coming unravelled.[/blogslidersmall][/content]

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[blogslidersmall][content]The Backup Knot (also called a stopper knot) is used primarily for security by climbers, and is a secondary knot designed to prevent their primary knot from coming untied.  This knot is usually tied about 12 – 18 inches after the primary knot.[/content][/blogslidersmall]

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