There are tons of great uses for paracord, and this flashlight paracord strap is no exception! In this tutorial, you will learn how to make a paracord strap that is strong and durable.
How to Make a Paracord Strap for Your Flashlight
If you’re looking for an awesome new paracord project, look no further. This flashlight paracord strap is the perfect addition to your bug out bag, and it’s also surprisingly easy to make. Check out the steps below to make your own, and be sure to leave your own paracord tips in the comments!
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Paracord strap materials:
Paracord strap instructions:
Step One: Wrap the paracord around your flashlight.
Step Two: Wrap it around again three more times.
Step Three: Pull each end through to the left and right.
Step Four: Pull the ends tight.
Step Five: Pull the strings upward and link through your clamp.
Step Six: Tie the cord like the image below.
Step Seven: Repeat this step all the way down the strap.
Step Eight: Continue tying, pulling tightly as you work your way down the strap.
Step Nine: Pull tight and then cut the ends.
Step Ten: Light the ends to seal them.
See the full tutorial in the video below:
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