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 Post subject: Rope-Knots-How to Make Good Ones
PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2010 3:02 pm 
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Rope-Knots-How to Make Good Ones

Image Hat Tip to everydaysurvivalguy.com
http://everydaysurvivalguy.com/survival-301/

Image Knots. Well tied and well thought out knots will be a lifesaver in a survival situation! I will start presenting a regular series of knots. I found a really clever site, [url]www.marinews.com [/url=http://www.marinews.com/]that has animated knots. Cool!!

(TIP: Click on 'Rope Knots' to get a drop-down menu for all types of knots!)


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 25, 2013 7:47 pm 
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How To Tie A Taut Line Hitch Knot

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How To Tie A Taut Line Hitch Knot
http://knowledgeweighsnothing.com/how-to-tie-a-taut-line-hitch-knot/

Image The taunt line hitch knot is one of those knots that everyone should know how to tie… It is an especially important knot for camping as it is the knot used to attach guy-lines to pegs. It’s also used to attach tarps and hang hammocks.

It’s an important knot as it adjusts up and down, tighter and looser; it is useful for countless other purposes apart from camping. Do yourself a favour, watch the video and learn how to tie this simple, but important knot.

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Related book: The Morrow Guide to Knots: for Sailing, Fishing, Camping, Climbing

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PostPosted: Tue Jan 31, 2017 5:47 am 
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Rope-Knot Tying

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Basic Knot Tying
http://btwp.blackthorn-usa.com/?attachment_id=745

Basic Knots
The knots demonstrated on the following pages are those most frequently used, and are applicable to all types of operative procedures. The camera was placed behind the demonstrator so that each step of the knot is shown as seen by the operator. For clarity, one-half of the strand is purple and the other white.
The purple working strand is initially held in the right hand
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The left-handed person may choose to study the photographs in a mirror. ---CONTINUED at LINK, above ---


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