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How to make a Paracord Canteen Holster

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How to make a Paracord Canteen Holster
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11 thoughts on “How to make a Paracord Canteen Holster

  1. I dont know about you guys, but I get a real kick out of these canteens They are made from really good quality at a really reasonable prize which is unbeatable. Thanks for watching. Lilly

    1. This will be an interesting project. Do you sell paracord through your site? I bought this canteen set and a lid for the cup. I’ve made a stainless steel cook stand that works with the canteen and the cup and it even nests under the cup when not in use. Currently they all reside in a military surplus canteen carrier that is on the side of my rucksack. What I like most about canteen carrier is that I can keep trioxane tabs in one of its pockets and some purification tabs in another.

    2. Survival Lilly You are awesome Lilly! You are so good at all this stuff AND you’re an awesome teacher. I’d rather have you teach me something in one of your videos than someone who has been doing it 30+ years. They might be more knowledgable than you (maybe, maybe not) but most often they are not very good teachers. Keep learning, keep making videos and most of all keep teaching. Thank you so much.

    3. Excellent demonstration and an awesome survival life hack. Kudos. One of your best DIY/How-to videos. Cheers.

  2. Thanks for showing this weave so clearly. The only advice I can offer in return is that it is easier to work with the cord if you tie or clamp the ring or fastener to something so that it remains stable while you weave.  Also, I measure the prototype with a seamstress tape to determine the length.  I made a mandolin strap recently from long boot laces and my wife told me those tricks.

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