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    Pictures of the Survival Bracelet I made

    Here's my bracelet I made awhile back ago. The pic quality isn't the greatest because I took it with my cellphone...but it gives you and idea of how I made it. It's holding up remarkably well given the fact that I wear it almost everyday. The only thing I wished I did differently is to use a different quick release. Perferably a smaller one...but it's not that big of a deal and fits my wrist just fine.


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    I'm lost how is this a survival bracelet
    you wont killem siting on the couch

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohiobuckhunter View Post
    I'm lost how is this a survival bracelet
    It's made out of 550 cord. If you find yourself in bad need of cording to lash together a quick shelter or something, you have the cord to do it right there on your wrist. There is probably somewhere in the neighborhood of 18-20 feet of cord there in that little bracelet.

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    That is awesome. But can you make me one of the gunslings??? LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by quackaholic View Post
    That is awesome. But can you make me one of the gunslings??? LOL
    I didn't make a sling, but I did make a front stock from 550 cord. This is an Springfield M6 survival rifle. It folds down for easy packing. It is a over/under .410/.22 that was made for our Military. There is storage space for extra ammo in the comb of the butt stock.


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    Looks like Nate & Bob need too get into the buisness of making wrist slings for bows and lanyards for game calls and etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quackaholic View Post
    That is awesome. But can you make me one of the gunslings??? LOL
    That ain't a half bad idea. Except it would take me all night! I bet i'd use somewhere around 100 feet or maybe more to make a gunsling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nkinzy View Post
    That ain't a half bad idea. Except it would take me all night! I bet i'd use somewhere around 100 feet or maybe more to make a gunsling.
    probably more.
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    That was a really nice survival bracelet. I'll try to make one also for my dad.

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    You know these things are funny. Me and my fellow Marines were making these when we were in Iraq back in 04-05 just for the fun of it, and to send back home to family & friends. Back then it was nothing, and now...everyone is wearing them, there are even companies making LOTS of money off of them. Just to think we could have been living the easy life with all that money...

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