Book Review: Adventures in Paracord

[easyazon-image-link asin=”0983248133″ alt=”Adventures in Paracord: Survival Bracelets, Watches, Keychains, and More” src=”” align=”left” width=”100″ height=”160″] I recently had the opportunity to pick up a copy of [easyazon-link asin=”0983248133″]Adventures in Paracord: Survival Bracelets, Watches, Keychains, and More[/easyazon-link]. By the title you probably guessed that this book is pretty closely related to what we want to do with this web site.

The book itself has a lot of instruction in it, and at 130 pages is a pretty quick read. There are quite a few photos in the book, but I could personally have done with a little bit more instruction and step-by-step photos. Overall the book itself has a lot of variety, and is certainly geared towards those very in to hunting and fishing, myself included.

While overall a lot of this content can certainly be found online it’s nice to have it consolidated into a single place. It’s something that for me was a worthwhile buy considering it did have a few projects I haven’t seen before. Stay tuned for a few of those I plan to post in the near future too!

This book is available on Amazon here:

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Hand Bracelet from Parachute Cord

This is a great video showing you  how to use parachute cord to make a simple slip on bracelet. All you need for this one is parachute cord!

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Bracelets with Parachute Cord

This is a great how-to I found on making a bracelet with parachute cord. This one I’ve actually modified a bit into a simple gear belt.  The instructions themselves are pretty easy, you just need the following items:

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Build a Lanyard With Parachute Cord

I recently finished a really neat project using parachute cord. This came from Intstructables and uses a steel lanyard and some simple weaving to create some cool looking lanyards. I’ve attached a few of these to my pack to attach things like waterbottles, and anything else I take hiking with me. I’ve also used carabiners instead of lanyards since these are also a great safety item to have, combine with a little bit of basic climbing experience.

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Items Needed:

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