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10 Ways Paracord Can Help You in a Pinch

10Paracord a At The End Of Your Rope? WAYS CAN HELP YOU IN A PINCH The Making of Paracord 550 LBS Tensile strength of 550 pounds. Paracord is a light- weight nylon rope that was originally used in the suspension lines of in a variety of colors. US parachutes during World War II. It is typically 50 to 100 feet in Won't rot or mildew. length (or more) and 10 Things You Can Make out of Paracord 01 SECURE A TENT • Tent lines can be easily lost or broken. REPLACE DAMAGED IR MISSING REPLACE A BROKEN 02 BRA STRAP (It happens!) 03 DRAW STRINGS IN PACKS, BAGS AND SWEAT PANTS - You need to be comfortable when you are surviving in the woods. • When you are being chased by a bear you need to keep your pants up. HANG FOOD IN TREES 04 TO KEEP THE BEARS AWAY Rawr Rawr - You need to keep your food away from bears so you don't get chased by them. 05 TIE PEOPLE TOGETHER ON A TRAIL SO THAT THEY STAY TOGETHER • The last thing you need is the getting lost at night and paracord helps keep you together. 06 07 RIG A PULLEY SYSTEM USE AS FISHING LINE (Inner Threads) - Fish don't care what kind line you use, just make sure you have the right bait. Paracord is great for rigging up a water retrieval system or as a way to pull yourself up to your survival tree house. 08 09 10 MAKE ARTS AND CRAFTS TO STAVE OFF BOREDOM MAKE EMERGENCY LASH A RAFT TOGETHER SUSPENDERS • This is for all the hipsters •If you ever need to cross a river, just find some logs and lash them together to get across. • When you're not getting chased by bears, building a raft or fishing for your next meal, you're going to have some down time. out there. Backdoor Information provided by: SURVIVAL

10 Ways Paracord Can Help You in a Pinch

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Paracord was first made to help US soldiers jump out of airplanes in WWII, now it is a staple for emergency preparedness gurus around the world. Working with we put together this ...


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