If you are not still convinced that paracord is preppers’ best friend, I am sure you will after seeing how it can be used in a survival situation. It is easy strong, versatile, inexpensive, lightweight and easy to carry with you where you go. This is why paracord survival bracelets are so popular.
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Here are 5 ways how you can use paracord for survival.
1. Paracord Tent Rigging
With some paracord and know how, you can turn any ordinary tarp into a makeshift shelter.
For the full DIY, click here.
2. Paracord Snare Trap
This easy snare trap will help you catch small game and eat in a survival situation. The instructions and tutorial will show you how to create a basic snare with paracord and sticks that will increase your probability of catching something in the wild.
For more, check out the full DIY!
3. Paracord Backpack Strap Wrap
Up the durability of normal pack straps by this addition of a paracord wrap. The Paracord Strap Wrap is a simple way of tidying up loose ends on your gear using various lengths of paracord. Using paracord instead of things like cable ties has its obvious advantages to any paracord fanatic.
Depending on the amount of the strap you want to cover and the thickness you want to make it you can use anywhere between 2 or 3 meters up to 15. Full instructions.
4. Paracord Bandoiler
Keep your ammo neat and orderly with this easy DIY.
It’s always a good idea to bring a length of paracord when you go to the wilderness. Lighten your pack by leaving the ammo boxes at home and hold your ammunition with this paracord bandoiler. Full instructions.
5. Paracord Rock Sling
Never run out of ammo with this paracord slingshot. This DIY backup weapon doesn’t need bullets or arrows.
The sling is one of the easiest ranged weapons you can make. Because of that, it is popular. It has been used since ancient times for hunting and even in warfare. Instructions here.