These animated clips to teach you how to tie several different kinds of knots. As survival skills go, this one is solid gold.....any good horse person should know at least three knots

These animated clips to teach you how to tie several different kinds of knots. As survival skills go, this one is solid gold.....any good horse person should know at least three knots

Stopper Knot - also known as the Oysterman's stopper, is a knot developed by Clifford Ashley around 1910. It makes a well-balanced trefoil-faced stopper at the end of the rope, giving greater resistance to pulling through an opening than other common stoppers. Essentially, the knot is a common Overhand noose, but with the end of the rope passing through the noose eye, which closes upon it.

Stopper Knot - also known as the Oysterman's stopper, is a knot developed by Clifford Ashley around 1910. It makes a well-balanced trefoil-faced stopper at the end of the rope, giving greater resistance to pulling through an opening than other common stoppers. Essentially, the knot is a common Overhand noose, but with the end of the rope passing through the noose eye, which closes upon it.

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