Carl Bowden: Nicely done probably much easier than a double cobras, looks nicer too.
sneektip79: This is a good set of instructions. Thank you. I just finished my third
sling now. I have made all mine adjustable, with the bottom half being
Victor Mannahan: If you gut the remaining extra paracord ahead of time (remove the inner
strands), you can get a much flatter tuck and way smaller melt points. You
should also pre shrink all your paracord in boiling water. It can shrink as
much as 15% if it gets wet making for next to impossible stitching removal
in an emergency. Thanks for the vid!
Mark LaFlamme: Fantastic video. I was pulling my hair out trying to figure out this weave
through other videos. This one goes slow for simpletons like me and the
still photos really helped. Don't get me wrong: I STILL screwed mine up,
but that's not the fault of the video. I did one thing wrong in the
beginning and it set me off on a bad course. My sling looks like the tail
of a scrawny, gangrenous sewer rat at the moment. I'm still not sure what
went wrong. It's a mystery for the Knot Police, I guess.
armybrat707: I have a ruger 10/22 I might make one of these slings
ChelmsVlog: Just started the weaving process. This crap seems hard lol.
Evilscarecrow103: Great video! I'm going to make one today
Binaric01: Ha! Nice catch, I totally spaced there!
Capt. John's Bar: I thought about doing that but was afraid to have that much work and
materials in something that didn't fit and couldn't be adjusted...Depending
on the season, clothing changes and so would the strap lenghth...Any way to
make an adjustable one ?
Binaric01: Didn't know about the Ladder Rack weave. After looking it up, looks easier
to make and the whole thing would be one single strap of paracords. Thanks
for the suggestion!
Marlboroman6721314: job well done. Althoughy I would have tied the extra cord into knots.
Caden Wentworth: Great video very informative and interesting, but I have one question; is
the sling comfortable to use for long periods of time on long hunts as I am
hoping to apply this sling to my .270 deer rifle in the near future?
Hunting¶cord: Nice make them my self on thing is to no hold you lighter so close to cord
it will not make it black extra wax or what ever dose not mater you rill
need to do it but you do it so it dos not become frizzy
sealcoatme: great video...@ 2:24 it sounded like a baby hiccup :)
David Jacobo: will that fit a cross bow
sealcoatme: keep pressing 8
Binaric01: In reference to doing the king cobra stitch over a cobra stitch, I think it
would look really good (if using two different colors) and give you lots of
paracord in the event you needed it. I've watched lots of videos of the
king cobra stitch and it appears it's just as flexible as any paracord
weave. Just remember, when weaving, to keep it as tight as you can. When
doing a sling, I like at least a 1 inch weave to provide better support.
stuart cottrill: Awesome video!
JC Paint | Paracord Workz: why not just make the internal and external all 1 solid peice of paracord?
I did this with my Pistol AK47 sling! with Ladder Rack weave
Jhc00Gamerdude: Hey man, I sent you a message (Question about the sling) if you can check
it out and get back to me as soon as you can. Thanks and I appreciate it!
asiankid717: I made one like this I added 1 inch nylon webbing on the end with a small
square d ring and plastic adjusters off an old back pack now I have and
Binaric01: Yes, they use the same sling connectors as guns.
son8god8damn: ship my pants lol funny ad
Mr1badxj: it would be sick if there was two color in it
jnussear: Great video. Made a sling for my grandfathers rifle, it is exactly what
this rifle needed. Thank you.
Binaric01: Unfortunately I have not used it over long periods of time, but it is more
comfortable (to me anyway) than a vinyl sling. There's more thickness so it
won't dig into your skin and it flexes for a better fit on your shoulder.
JC Paint | Paracord Workz: check out my channel. I have a few how to videos I'm trying to load as we
speak. Including the Ladder Rack weave. I have the AK47 shown in a video as
Binaric01: Thanks for the idea, I think I'll work on one that can be adjusted.
David Lister: How long do you have to "cauterize" the paracord before it bleeds out???
lol, great video man, but ladder rack weave looks easier.