Make your own paracord survival bracelet. Customize it to your needs and save yourself some money. The pre-made loaded bracelets typically cost about $60, but you can buy the supplies to make about 10 or more for the same price. Update: I've swapped the regular whistle buckle to a whistle buckle with a hidden handcuff key, added reflective tape to both sides of the female end of the buckle, and added a 2" saw blade inside the bracelet.

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paracord wrap for tin can survival kit - FYI - If you are supply for large group - buy your supplies on amazon. I bought 100 clips for about 12$ vs. 15$ for 6 at craft store.

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In this video, a couple of Leerburg employees demonstrate how to make a durable dog leash out of a paracord. Supplies: - Paracord (lengths vary on size of le...

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Paracord Bracelet Instructions with the cobra Paracord braid. The Paracord Supplies you will need: about 12 feet of 550 paracord, a Paracord buckle. You can get a Plastic or Metal Paracord Buckle, Metal paracord buckles can be uncomfortable to wear because of the weight on small wrists. You will also need these other Paracord tools, scissors, a lighter, and optional a Paracord needle. See all the Paracord Bracelet Patterns.

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Make a Paracord Lanyard to hold your ID badge. A lanyard made of paracord will last a long time, and is very durable. You can pick from hundreds of colors of paracord. You can also add a Tracer, which is a piece of micro paracord braided in. The Paracord Supplies you will need is 2 feet of 550 Paracord, a keyring or clip, and a release. Plus some scissors and a lighter. Full Paracord Lanyard instructions, Learn how to make a Paracord Bracelet, Paracord Keychain, or other Paracord Projects.

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This step by step tutorial of how to weave a paracord belt is a great way to incorporate emergency preparedness supplies into your daily wardrobe. You can

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