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In this video tutorial presented by Intense Anglers, we learn how to make a paracord fishing and survival bracelet. Here's how to never be caught again without a resource to catch a meal. The paracord fishing and survival bracelet is a great way to incorporate actual fishing tackle into the bracelet, without affecting the look, feel, or integrity of the survival bracelet itself. To make the fishing and survival bracelet you will need: Approximately 8’ of TITAN SurvivorCord or WarriorCord 10lb braided fishing line 3 split shots 2 size 10-12 fishing hooks Plastic release clip buckle A binder clip or paper clip Super glue...

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Learn how to make a paracord quick deploy bracelet with the blaze bar in this instructional how-to video. This unique paracord quick deploy bracelet is the ultimate survival bracelet that allows nearly instant access to the entire length of cordage contained within the bracelet. To make a paracord quick deploy bracelet you will need a 3/16” bow anchor shackle, at least 14” of TITAN SurvivorCord and WarriorCord, and a lighter. To begin making the paracord quick deploy bracelet, start by attaching the paracord to the bow anchor shackle via a cow hitch. To attach the paracord through a cow hitch, fold the...

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In this video by BoardParacord! you will learn how to make the serpent river bar survival bracelet, with TITAN SurvivorCord or WarriorCord.  The serpent river bar survival bracelet is a unique design that is guaranteed to be complimented. To make the serpent river bar survival bracelet you will need one 6 ½’ length of red paracord one 6 ½’ of black paracord fused together at one end, and ½” plastic buckle. To begin, fold the length of paracord in half at the point where the paracord is fused together. Take the free ends together side-by-side and put them through one end of...

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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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Learn how to wrap a paddle with paracord in this instructional video presented by ITS Tactical. Why have plain old paddles when you can wrap the handles with paracord? This video will teach you how to wrap a paddle handle with paracord using spiral hitching and two Turks heads. You will need one 14’ section and two 4’ sections of SurvivorCord or WarriorCord, a small paddle, scissors, a lighter, and a marlins spike.  The 14’ section of paracord will be used for the spiral hitching and the 4’ sections will be used to make the Turks head for each end of the...

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Learn how to make an Emergency Tourniquet using paracord, in this educational video. If you get wounded in the wilderness and need to stop blood flow, make a quick and effective emergency tourniquet. No matter how careful you are, accidents and animal attacks can, and do, happen in the wilderness. If you find yourself in a situation where bleeding does not stop on its own, your only hope is a tourniquet. Tourniquets should only be used in a situation where the person has the potential of bleeding to death. You do not want to unnecessarily cut circulation off to a...

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Discover how to build a survival trash bag raft with paracord in this educational video presented by Taro Movies Swiss Bushcraft and Survival. Need to get across water in a survival situation and have trash bags and paracord? Then build a survival trash bag raft with paracord. If you’re like most people who spend time out in the wilderness, you probably have a few large black trash bags in your pack. These trash bags can be used to protect you and your gear from rain, make a sleeping bag, and as you will discover in this article, make a survival...

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Discover how to tie a Turks head knot using a peg board and 550 cord for a hiking staff handle in this instruction video presented by Paracordist Creations. Add some character to your hiking staff handle by tying a Turks head knot using a jig and paracord. For this project you will need 3’ of SurvivorCord or WarriorCord, a peg board, scissors, a paracord needle, and a lighter. Make your own peg board using sheet rock, nails, and a drill. Drill seven shallow holes on the parallel sides about ½” in. For this specific size of Turks head knot, you want to...

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Learn how to make your own paracord rope in this video by Everyday Knife Guy.  Make your own paracord rope for emergency use. If you ever find yourself in a survival situation where you need a rope, as long as you have paracord you can make a pretty strong rope. This article will discuss how to make a paracord rope using the four strand round braid. You will need two separate sections of SurvivorCord or WarriorCord. The amount you need depends on you and how long of a rope you want to make. In a survival situation, you will use what you have...

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Discover how to make your own paracord survival bow in this instruction video. If you have some spare paracord lying around, you too can make your own paracord survival bow! A DIY paracord survival bow is one of those things that could save your life in a survival situation. This article is going to discuss how to make a DIY paracord survival bow using the tillered stick technique. First you want to find a small tree that is straight with few branches, has a diameter of about 2”, and is flexible. You want to be able to bend it without...

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Learn how to make a basic snare trap with parachute cord in this video presented by David with Ultimate Survival Tips. Know your basic survival skills and learn how to make a basic snare trap with paracord. The first and most important thing to consider when setting a basic snare trap is location. The number one reason for failing to snare an animal is that people don’t take the time to scout out a proper location for the snare. If you fail to get this step right, your chances of catching something are pretty slim. You should spend at least...

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In this video by Bored Paracord, discover how to make the Building Blocks Survival Bracelet. The building blocks survival bracelet is a fun and fashionable way to carry paracord in the case of an emergency. To make the building blocks survival bracelet you will need 5’ each of two different colors of paracord fused together at one end, a plastic belt buckle, and a lighter. For this project we are going to be using green and pink colored paracord, and a pink buckle. To begin, take the fused paracord and fold it in half at the point where the two...

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Learn how to make a DIY “tank tracks” paracord survival bracelet in this video by Bored Paracord. The DIY “tank tracks” paracord survival bracelet is a different pattern that is not commonly seen. You will need two different colors of 550 cord that are about 10’ long each, a lighter, and a plastic buckle. The first thing to do is connect the two colors together by melting both ends and sticking them together. Also melt the remaining free ends to prevent fraying and make them easier to work with. Now that you have all your materials, you are ready to start...

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Learn how to tie an eternity knot paracord bracelet in this instructional video presented by Weavers of Eternity. Discover how easy it is to tie an eternity knot paracord bracelet in this tutorial. For this project you will need a 2’ section of parachute cord. After you cut your length of paracord it is a good idea to melt the ends closed to prevent them from fraying and make them easier to work with. Starting close to the left end, make a loop by twisting the cord over itself. Create a bite to the right of the first loop and stick...

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Discover how to make the Hex Nut paracord bracelet in this instructional video presented by Bored Paracord. Create a bracelet design unlike any other, that your friends will be envious of. For this project you will need a 15’ section of 550 cord, a smaller 4’ section of paracord with paracord needles attached to the end, a ¾” plastic buckle, and 10 to 12 - 5/16th hex nuts. Once you have cut your lengths of paracord, melt the ends closed. This will prevent them from fraying and make them easier to work with. To begin making the bracelet, take the...

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