Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Bushcraft USA Elective - Make a lanyard for your firesteel

OD 550 Paracord, Bank Line, Light my fire firesteel parts

OD 550 Paracord, Bank Line, Light my fire firesteel assembled!

My new firesteel and lanyard in BHK woodsman pro sheath

5 comments:

  1. I wish there's something that will give a more detailed instruction on how to make this lanyard because it looks so neat. I made a little research myself and found this helpful how-to guide which you can read: http://backpackingmastery.com/skills/how-to-make-a-paracord-lanyard.html

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  2. heh, sorry, this post was just a proof for bushcraftusa.com there is a spreadsheet for attaining certs from them.

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qoWZOPmis3VsgD3WV6TvGlwOScpBEfn7GyjALJUnUK4/edit

    i actually learned how to make it from youtube. There is a channel i follow call "IA Woodsman" and this was the video i followed:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V9jz-7AbGi4

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  3. Great looking paracord keychain! I've been doing a lot of DIY projects using the paracord, but I make sure that I always use the paracord 550. Cheap knock-offs can spell the difference so I make sure mine has 7-8 inner strands, as well. These paracords are so useful and they are inexpensive, as well. There's a great DIY page that I've stumbled upon that you might want to take a look http://myoutdoorslife.com/diy/paracord-keychain.html

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