I bought it
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I bought it
Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, “Whom shall I send? And who will go for us?”
And I said, “Here am I. Send me!”
Edible Artwork ........................Thats when you have alot of money
If you're nickname was Papa Smurf that would be a great find
Christian Family Man
Don"t let stupid be your skill set....
And Shepards we shall be, for Thee, my Lord, for Thee,
Power hath descended forth from Thy hand, So that our feet may swiftly carry out thy command,
And we shall flow a river forth to Thee, And teeming with souls shall it ever be,
Can someone tell me the origins of this type of bracelet
Christian Family Man
I opened this thinking I'd be seeing your new tazer!
Freedom doesn't come free. It is bought and paid for by the lives and blood of our men and women in uniform.
NRA Life Member
Military Uses - Despite the historic association of pararopes with airborne units and divisions, virtually all US units have access to the cord. It is used in almost any situation where light cordage is needed. Typical uses include attaching equipment to harnesses, as dummy cords to avoid losing small or important items, tying rucksacks to vehicle racks, securing camouflage nets to trees or vehicles, and so forth. When threaded with beads, paracord may be used as a pace counter to estimate ground covered by foot. The yarns of the core (commonly referred to as "the guts") can also be removed when finer string is needed, for instance as sewing thread to repair gear, or to be used as fishing line in a survival situation. The nylon sheath is often used alone, the yarn in the core removed, when a thinner or less elastic cord is needed such as when used as a boot lace. Ends of the cord are almost always melted and crimped to prevent fraying.
Modern uses-Hikers and other outdoor sports enthusiasts sometimes use "survival bracelets" made of several feet of paracord which is woven into a compact and wearable form. Such bracelets are meant to be unraveled when one needs rope for whatever purpose — securing cargo, lashing together poles, fixing broken straps or belts, assisting with water rescues, controlling bleeding with a tourniquet, etc.
"I won't be wronged, I won't be insulted, and I won't be laid a hand on. I don't do these things to other people and I expect the same from them." John Wayne
NRA member 18 yrs.
Can you tell I am going through some pics and getting rid of some really ancient junk?
This PIC was on a doggone floppy disk.
Yes, my first digital camera was a SONY Mavica and it took pics and put them onto a floppy disk that you slid into it.
I think I still have that camera.
A carved leather sheath that I made many moons ago for an early Cold Steel Trail Master Bowie.
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Heaven goes by favor. If it went by merit, you would stay out and your dog would go in.- Mark Twain
The paracord is a modern version of the fringes used on buckskin clothing.