Paracord & How To Use It
I have always carried paracord with me when backpacking or in my EDC. Below you will find a video on the uses of paracord and tools that are great to use with it. After reading this article you will now know why paracord is one of your key items for your bug out bag or emergency kit.
TriconE ParaCord Spool Tool – Holds Up To 100′ of ParaCord
The Spool Tool is the most efficient, versatile, and compact way to keep your cord ready for immediate use. With an integrated cutter, different gauge burn slots, and a clip for your Mini Bic lighter, the Spool Tool makes managing your cord easy. Its compact size means the Spool Tool fits your pack, MOLLE pouch, glove compartment, etc. This is an American-made product from a veteran-owned factory. (Paracord sold separately.)
All-in-One Bushcraft – Hunting – Paracord Survival Tool
The Farson Blade is an idea that comes from an ancient tool found in the Great Red Desert near Farson Wyoming. This is a remote area that has an incredible eco system with a unique type of elk, thousands of antelope and various other unique characteristics. The people who lived in this remote area developed crude tools that would cut, chop, slice and skin for the daily needs. Fremont approached this with high quality stainless steel and modern manufacturing methods to come up with a versatile tool that can be used in extreme environments. This blade is a compact, light, versatile tool that can be used to chop kindling, be made into a hatchet, skin process a large animal and even chop up your onions for dinner. It fits in your pack and could save your life. The handle is wrapped with 550 paracord, another versatile tool for the extreme hiker. Overall Length: 6″. Blade Length: 3.28″. Blade Material: Stainless. Handle : 8ft of Survival Cord