Posts tagged: how to make survival bracelet

How To Make A Quick Deploy Paracord Survival Bracelet

How To Make A Quick Deploy Paracord Survival BraceletHow To Make A Quick Deploy Paracord Survival Bracelet
Photo – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bzdmJSQtvc

Paracord bracelets have become really popular among wilderness survival experts. 550 paracord is considered one of the most ideal items to keep in a survival kit. It has a minimum breaking strength of 550 pounds and can be used in a variety of ways! More detail on the uses of 550 Paracord here: https://off-grid.info/blog/what-is-550-paracord-and-how-can-it-help-you-survive/

When it comes to survival, quick thinking skills and resourcefulness all come into play. There are many styles of of paracord bracelets available, but it can be time consuming to unravel them during moments when you need the cord in emergency situations. This video by paradudeaz will teach us how to make a quick deploy paracord bracelet and it’s clever stuff. The guy used a modified version of the blaze bar method of tying.

The anchor bow shackle is an important part of the bracelet so that this method will work in the way it’s supposed to. Also, you have to know the size of your wrist so that you can determine the length of the paracord string.

Related: This Paracord “Grenade” Is Loaded With Survival Tools

To measure your wrist, take a tape measure and wrap it just below your wrist bone (in the area between your hand and the wrist bone). Add 1/2 inch to your wrist size and that’s your approximate bracelet size.

Try practicing this method of making your bracelets. Not only is it the most convenient way of tying, it also looks super cool to wear not just by males, but also by females! And of course, it’s a good conversation starter.

Okay, here is the video:

Image For Pinterest:

How To Make A Quick Deploy Paracord Survival Bracelet
Graphic – off-grid.info. Images – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bzdmJSQtvc