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In this tutorial presented by Tying It All Together (TIAT), you will discover how to make a Pupa Pull Tie from TITAN SurvivorCord or WarriorCord. The Pupa Pull Tie is a fundamental technique that can be used to make elaborate ties that expand cylindrically in 3 dimensions. To make a pupa paracord pull tie you will need one 5’ section of paracord, scissors, and a lighter. To begin, find the center of the cord and create a loop that is the desired length of pull tie. With the working cords on top cross them at the bottom of the loop so that the...

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Discover how to make a Paracord Deployment Lanyard in this instructional video presented by ITS Tactical. This fast deploy allows you to carry or store up to 25’ of TITAN SurvivorCord or WarriorCord in a single lanyard. For this paracord fast deploy, you will need a 25’ section of paracord and a lighter. Start by taking about 8” of one of the paracord ends and bending it down. You want this part that is folded over to fit in your closed fist and a loop that is about 1” coming out of the top of your hand. This loop is where you can hang the lanyard...

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Learn how to make an old-fashioned tree swing using paracord through this instructional video provide by Lowes. Why buy a tree swing when you can make an old-fashioned tree swing using paracord within an hour? You will need a 1x8 hardwood board at least 44” in length, SurvivorCord or WarriorCord (length will vary with the height of the tree branch), carpenters glue, masking tape, a lighter, sandpaper, and a variety of common hand tools. Start by cutting the hardwood board into equal lengths of 22”. Apply the carpenters glue to one side of each of the boards. Spread the glue evenly with a putty...

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