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How I attach my lanyards :)

Discussion in 'How To' started by raventree78, Jun 11, 2020.

By raventree78 on Jun 11, 2020 at 12:15 AM
  1. raventree78

    raventree78 Member

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    This is a little tutorial on how I attach my lanyards.



    First I cut the singed ends of the core cords. Then I wrap them in scotch tape wrapped in a spiral so it comes to a point. Then I feed those ends through the loop at the other end of the lanyard. At this point I thread the tape wrapped ends through the lanyard hole in the frame with the lanyard entering the side toward the shooter and exiting the side away from the shooter. The I feed the tapped ends through the cord lock. Now I take the tape off and re-singe the ends of the lanyard and tie the ends in a knot. I am including pictures to hopefully make my instructions clearer. Also if you have questions I will do my best to answer them.



    This is how I do it, but you can do it how it suits you. As long as it works for you go with it [​IMG]

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Discussion in 'How To' started by raventree78, Jun 11, 2020.

    1. Dgui

      Dgui Veteran Member

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      Good info nice lanyards thanks I got it.
       
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      Cool looks like it would work good, I might try this next time. I tend to make y lanyards too thin and they start to dig in after a while. But a big fat braided one looks comfy. Thanks for sharing.
       
    3. raventree78

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      Yeah the thinnest braid I will usually use for a lanyard is a snake knot. The cobra braid gives you a wider bearing surface. :)
       
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