The EASIEST Way to Coil
The EASIEST Way to Coil Rope | Learn Knots for Bushcraft
In this video Jason demonstrates what he believes is the easiest way to coil a rope.
This method for how to coil rope can be used for regular rope or for paracord and is an ideal method for coiling rope for bushcraft and wilderness skills or wilderness survival.
This method of coiling rope is very easy to tie and easy to untie. Its a method that will keep your rope and paracord neat and tidy while out in the bush.
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Trucker's Hitch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YpaPKHgcqOU
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Disclaimer: Any activity that involves outdoor wilderness travel, working with tools, ropes, or other subject matter demonstrated in my videos is potentially hazardous. Considerable attention and effort has been made to ensure that this video demonstration is accurate. No responsibility is accepted for incidents arising from the use of this material and I highly recommend that you learn in person with someone qualified or experienced who can check your work.
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Try that with a 500 foot anchor line.
fala sefe ;) mi pomogna, ait se gleame nekad koa ke iskoristis skills i ti
The last step didn't make any sense because your hands were blocking the rope.
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Great and detailed video. Loved the stance at the end ???????
Solid pose at the end.
Don't you think that the direction of rotation of the rope around the bust should be reversed? (time 2.21). In case of traction with knot just untied (possible) the rope must come out from under the arm and not from over the shoulder (dangerous!) See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3uz45JQNHo
How many spacing is needed if there are 15 members?
Excellent video - really clear ?? I especially appreciated the clarity on tying off coils and then clipping the ‘extra’ (glacial travel) knot to leave the coils load- free; that’s such a simple and yet crucial concept, and yet I haven’t seen it before, as it’s usually the end of the overhand knot tidying the coils that gets clipped... Going to make that technique our go-to from now on! ?