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A Long-Term Survival Guide - 101 Uses for Paracord

A Long-Term Survival Guide - 101 Uses for Paracord

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An illustrated list of uses for paracord.
An illustrated list of uses for paracord.

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Published by: buckonbeach on Apr 01, 2012
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A Long-Term Survival Guide - 101 Uses For Paracord:
Most people know that paracord is a handy item, with lots of uses. In fact, there are hundreds of possible usesfor this cordage, making it a valuable addition to any collection of survival equipment and supplies. Here is alist of over 100 uses for paracord, to show just how versatile it can be, and people are always thinking of more.Paracord is so useful that you may want to buy it in bulk, for camping and survival.Because paracord is available in many different colors, it can be tied onto packs, duffle bags, ammo cans, tools,weapons, and many other types of equipment, to identify multiple items by color-code.Paracord can be used as a cutting tool (friction saw). A length of cord can be used to cut through another lengthof paracord, or similar items, such as nylon straps. Just saw it back and forth, and it will melt its way through.
 
 Going Up: If you have enough cordage, you can create larger-diameter rope by braiding paracord, either byhand, or by using a simple braiding jig, like these examples. Since paracord has a weight limit of 550 pounds,the resulting ropes will have a weight limit of 550 times the number of cordage strands in each type of braid.
 
 Three lengths of paracord can be braided together as shown here, creating a rope that will hold 1650 pounds.This rope is adequate for many survival uses, such as an emergency rappel to escape a burning building, etc..The braided rope can also be used for climbing, using ascenders, such as the gibbs or tiblock shown here.

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awesome great source in go for survival knowledge
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Very useful and interesting
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I love it. This is one of the most extensive article about paracord uses I have found so far. You can check out mine at http://paracordcentral.org/paracord-uses/, but it is probably not as detailed.

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