35 Ways to Use Paracord

Here are 35 ways to use paracord. Paracord is one of the most useful things to have around, and there are many different uses for it (kinda like Duct Tape).  These 35 ways to use paracord will get your mind working in overdrive.  It’s always good to have quality paracord around and many people are buying paracord bracelets in order to be able to take it with them wherever they go, so they are always ready for any situation where paracord can be used.

1. Tying knots
2. Building a shelter
3. Crafts
4. Securing a tent
5. Securing a tarp between trees
6. Hanging a tool from your belt
7. Secure an item to the outside of your pack
8. Tourniquet in a first aid situation
9. Secure a splint
10. Emergency belt
11. Emergency shoe laces12. Use the inner core as sewing thread
13. Hang a tool around your neck
14. Hang something from a tree
15. Use to make traps and snares
16. Replacing draw strings in packs and bags
17. Securing a flag
18. Keep rolled up items, like a bed roll, secured
19. Tie a Turk’s head to create a neckerchief slide
20. Tie objects such as poles together for easier transport
21. Braid / twist into a rope
22. Bundle cables or rope together
23. Hang up a clothes line
24. Hang a bear bag from a tree
25. Use the inner strands as dental floss
26. Pet leash
27. Pet collar
28. Build a bow drill
29. Use inner strands as fishing line
30. Adding a loop to a tool
31. Weave into a hammock
32. Tie two cots together to make a couch
33. Secure gear to a vechicle
34. Tying up unruly tent mates
35. Use a handful of cord as toliet paper (Maybe this will go over better then duct tape toilet paper?)

Green paracord


Read more at: http://insanescouter.org/blog/425/35_Uses_For_Paracord.html
Paracord is extremely useful in everyday and in emergency situations.  Make sure you have at least one paracord bracelet with you at all times, just in case.  These 25 ways to use paracord will remind you of what you can do with it.

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