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How To Make Paracord Ranger Beads

In case someone reading doesn’t know what Ranger Beads are, I’ll fill you in right quick. Ranger Beads are used by people in the military, hunters and survivalists as a way to keep track of your pace count. Normally you would move one bead up (or down) every 100 meters.

Now this video shows you a simple way to make your own Paracord Ranger Beads. These are way cooler (and better) than the cheap plastic Ranger Beads you would normally find at your local clothing and sales, (there are some pretty decent Ranger Beads on AmazonIr?T=Funnybeaver 20&Amp;L=Ur2&Amp;O=1) and these sure beat picking up sticks or rocks and putting them in your pocket.

Ranger Beads (a free-sliding bead made of cord) have many uses, both practical and decorative. Here is how I like to make them (not saying this is ‘correct’ or the definitive way) as I think it is the easiest way. If you get stuck or have any questions please let me know. Thanks for watching – Cameron

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