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Making Survival Cordage With Milkweed: Reverse-Wrap and “Tension Doubling” Methods – Easy To Learn

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These 2 methods of making survival cordage with milkweed. I’ve used this and yucca quite often and even though this is a short piece of cordage, this video will give you the concepts behind these 2 methods – check it out!
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11 thoughts on “Making Survival Cordage With Milkweed: Reverse-Wrap and “Tension Doubling” Methods – Easy To Learn

  1. Cool. I’ve seen people do it, but it looks like they are twisting back and forth, twisting and then untwisting it. Now you’ve made it more clear.

    1. Yeah – it’s kind of hard to explain. I’ll do another video in the future with even more close-up footage.

  2. Hmm chocolate milk and weed 🤤.I have to admit I would just buy cord it’s a tougher rope takes much less work and time to make and most string and rope are cheap I suggest paracord or lightly tard banknline. I do get people like to practice Bush skills so if that’s part of your hobby good for u maybe u can make me some plant derived string/rope one day. Great video like GI JOE says knowing is half the battle 😁.

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