Paracord Donut

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  1. mountainshadow

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  2. Sgt. Mac

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    Great tutorial thanx!
     
  3. nothinghead

    nothinghead Guide Bushclass I

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    Awesome! thanks.
     
  4. MANIMAL

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    I just made my first 3 donuts a few days ago - got a big ol' blister to show for it as well as 3 huge donuts! these are fun and sure are handy
     
  5. vermillion8604

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    Been doing this for a while now. Don't really remember where I learned it though.
     
  6. Sgt. Mac

    Sgt. Mac Elder Staff Member Administrator Supporter Bushclass I Bushclass II Bushclass Instructor

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    Well after seeing this I had to try it myself. This is about 100ft

    Thanx again for the tutorial

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  7. kevin

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    cool thanks!
     
  8. Ahnkochee

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    How do they taste? :30:
     
  9. J

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    Good way to stow cordage. Thanks!!
     
  10. Trekon86

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    Just made one with about 35 feet or so of cord in it.

    Thanks!
    PMZ
     
  11. SwampHanger

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    Slick!!!!
     
  12. mainewoods

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    Thanks For the "Paracord Donut" tutorial mountainshadow
     
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    i tried making a donut, WOW ! thats kool , thanks for sharing . awesome post & tutorial !
     
  14. Seeker

    Seeker Woods Bum Supporter Bushcraft Friend Bushclass I

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    looked complicated, but MAN is that simple! even i can do this... something to keep me busy in the deer stand. thanks!
     
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    So it is basically a daisy chain around a circle?
     
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    Yep
     
  17. SwampHanger

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    Thanks I made mine yesterday and it works great! A lot neater!!!!!
     

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