Discussion in 'Do-It-Yourself Modifications' started by cosine, Apr 15, 2006.
Nice work. You have to give her the knife now you know!
Anyone got a good source for zipper pull clip things??
Not that I have a source, but you mean cord ends? (Like these?) Just to give people a visual and can better source you...
Yah! Or maybe the GITD ones that aren't already installed to a piece of cord.
This one, maybe?
Why couldn't I find that!? Thanks Mooshi.
For the regular ones, REI/EMS is a good source. You might be able to cheaper, but you don't get hit with the shipping cost burn. Points for instant gratification.
Lighthound has both of them:
Regular Zipper PullGITD Arrowhead Landyard ClosureShaotech is a good source for lanyard accessories too. Very reasonable shipping and fast transit. Good guy to deal with, especially for smaller orders.
How many were you looking for?
I don't know....a few? A handful? I bought a whole bunch of clips and for each paracord project they've come in handy. I want the zipper pull ends for a cleaner look on some fobs and such. The links you gave me are perfect! Thank you!
Are these what you are looking for?
That is also a good link. Maybe I'll get a beacher bar and some of those! Thanks for the link!
haha When I told Brother that your Wave broke, he looked at me for a sec, walked to his room, came out with his breacher bar, and was like... "KAMM... She needs a breacher bar LIKE THIS." Then walked back into his room. hahaha
BAHAHAHA! Well defuse kit told me that's a good one for me. And a bigger one will come in handy more then the smaller one. your brother is correct!!!!
On the earlier question about skull beads: I've found these two to be good sources:
Made another bracelet today!
It's a caterpillar!
Cranked out this puppy last night for a friend. Red & dark grey. It's called a "Dragons Tongue" weave.
maybe a bit overkill for the sak, but im just experimenting right now......
Nothing wrong with some experimentation!
True enough.... yesterday I was playing with some titanium pegs to make the constructing parafobs of varying sizes a tad easier. Still needs some finetuning. However the experimentation was successful enough that it yielded a 10' (black) and 20' (coyote) parafob. These are nowsuspended on the over-top straps of the Sabercat. The bodies of the fobs are tucked into the gap of the side compression straps (@ 4:30) so they don't flail when the bag is in motion.
You lost me at "parafob". I thought you were talking about paracord keychains, which would make sense, but then you started throwing 10ft & 20ft lengths in there, talking about a Sabercat! I have no clue what you're talking about! haha
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