Paracord Bracelet

Paracord Bracelet

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    Paracord Bracelet

    I got a paracord bracelet as a first aid item for the range. I have yet to figure out how to unravel it - once I do, I guess it's no good anymore.

    Do you have one, or two? Which brand? Have you used it for first aid, or whatever? Are they one-use items? So many questions!

    Any thoughts?
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    You can find them on ebay.


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    They have paracord belts, keychains, lanyards, and watchbands too. Also kits to make your own.
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    I just ordered this one last week: 550 Paracord Survival Bracelet Navy Blue & Coyote Tan Air Force Braclet | eBay

    To unravel you should just be able to undo one of the knots at the clasp.
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    I do have several,I wear one given to me by a private contractor I was employed by in 2010-2011,You dont want to use one as a tounniquet,the para is to small and will crush the tissue rather than constrict.They are usefull in a lot of ways,but I always carrie a 100 ft peice in a back pack that is with me everywhere I go,so I would'nt have to my bracelet,they come apart on the end where you see the melted end of the para,their are many manufactures and different tie methods now,so you might have to go to their website to get the correct method.

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    There is almost nothing you can't do with a multi-tool, wd-40, 550-cord and duct tape.
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    Quote Originally Posted by suntzu View Post
    There is almost nothing you can't do with a multi-tool, wd-40, 550-cord and duct tape.
    Spoken like a true supporter of Red green......
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    That is one thing that's been on my wish list for quite some time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harryball View Post
    Spoken like a true supporter of Red green......

    You know what they say, "If you can't fix it....duct it."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Harryball View Post
    Spoken like a true supporter of Red green......
    Oh man...Red Green was the best...I miss him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t1meismoney View Post
    That is one thing that's been on my wish list for quite some time.
    Dude, they aren't that expensive on ebay. You can get one for around five dollars.
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    I remember a while back somwone on here had a daughter that was making them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DAO.Diva View Post
    I got a paracord bracelet as a first aid item for the range. I have yet to figure out how to unravel it - once I do, I guess it's no good anymore.

    Do you have one, or two? Which brand? Have you used it for first aid, or whatever? Are they one-use items? So many questions!

    Any thoughts?
    Unless you know how to re-braid it I spent 2+ years in Iraq as a communications contractor; I made god only knows how many para cord key fobs, knife fobs, bracelets.......

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    I looked on youtube how to do a "cobra weave" and made my own. It's fun! Also made a door knocker out of a .75" steel ball tied into a monkeys fist knot and 12 or so inches cobra woven "handle".

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    Quote Originally Posted by suntzu View Post
    There is almost nothing you can't do with a multi-tool, wd-40, 550-cord and duct tape.
    If it is supposed to move and doesn't, use WD40. If it is not supposed to move and does, use duct tape. Don't know who said that originally, but thought it was pretty good.

    As to the bracelet, they are pretty much a one time use, as far as I've been told. After you unravel one you just have paracord. That is unless you have the ability to reweave it. At the price, I don't know if it is worth reweaving. However, a while back I did see one maker that offered to replace the bracelet with a free new one if you documented that you had used it in an emergency situation. Can't remember who it was, but it was a link from a post I read on this forum.
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