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I am a person who believes in being prepared. Sure, I have to deal with those out there who call me paranoid, but I just ignore them. Inevitably they seem to come to me to ask for something I have. It goes to show that preparedness is something that everyone can appreciate.
This button can be used to finish a square or rounded knot braiding. It can also be done with more cords than the four I have used,
but I'll show it with four to make it easier to follow. Also,
of course, it can be done with leather lacing, and I think it looks
beautiful when done that way. I use it alot on my leather lanyards.
I really like
the Victorinox One Hand Fireman model (it’s like the One Hand Trekker, but it
has a corkscrew instead of the “T-handle” Phillips and also adds a very sharp
serrated “rescue” blade to those on the OHT.) However, the OHF is one of the big
110mm SAKs and it’s just too darn big for me to carry comfortably in my pocket.
I have purchased both the Cordura Vic pouch and the old-style Vic leather belt
clip pouch for the OHF but I never really liked them.
I have seen this braid called several things before, including the Survival Bracelet braid, but I am not sure what the correct name for it is. I just call it a braided lanyard, and i think it looks really cool, as well as providing alot of length in a small package, and retaining the inner strands if you are using paracord.