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Survival knots

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Learn how to tie 8 basic knots and their uses. Use these different types of knots in scouting, camping, etc. + Get Your FREE Useful Knots Cheat Sheet!

Rope is rope. It’s not a fine-tuned machine. Do you really need to worry about how to take care of it?Depends on what kind of rope you’re talking about.

Rope is rope. It’s not a fine-tuned machine. Do you really need to worry about how to take care of it?Depends on what kind of rope you’re talking about.

This page shows a selection of the knots commonly used to make rope hitches. This category includes: Slide and Grip Hitches; Quick-Release Hitches; and, Plain Rope Hitches. Some Fishing Knots function as Slide and Grip Knots. However, limited space prevented them from being included here.

Hitch Knots. Rope Hitches includes Slide and Grip Hitches; Quick-Release Hitches and Plain Rope Hitches.

The Only Knot You Need to Know. : 5 Steps (with Pictures) - Instructables

The Only Knot You Need to Know. : If you only learn one knot make it the marlin spike hitch. It's simple to tie and leads you right into 4 other great knots. It's much more useful than the common overhand knot which is the same knot you tie your shoe with. If you don't want to tie a…

Two half hitches knot | Essential Knots Every Survivalist Needs To Know

Click Here To See The Comments Know these essential knots and learn an invaluable survival skill you can use for life! RELATED: How to Tie the Best Knots for Camping and Survival Contents hide 1 Essential Knots: How Many of These Can You Tie? 1.1 1. Overhand Knot 1.2 2. Double Overhand 1.3 3. Figure Eight […]

Knots for Antennas and Support Structures #hamradio #prepper #camping

I must make a confession. I was never proficient at knots. I used to tie things up with a big ‘goober’ knot of twine. If the knot slipped, I’d just add more twists and loops. The knots weren’t pretty, they seldom held, and heaven forbid you try to untie them. I felt inadequate when I […]