wheelspinner20: I've used this knot on all my small knives, with various hardware as spacers. On smaller knives I used a 330 parachord instead of 550. Really scales it down nicely.! Loved the video, use it repeatedly as a reference.! You have to be careful getting into cars though, the nuts tend to whack or scrape against the car if you leave the lanyard hanging out of your pocket.
Jackie Vail: Just put one on my cold steel Kubon. Thanks looks great!!
tomscup: Excellent presentation, super video.
TheCuttersChoice: did you gut the paracord first?
arf15beagle: cinch cinch cinch.... cinch cinch cinch... cinch your knot up... cinch your knot up
Daniel Zapien: This is awsome.. Put a mini lanyard on my gerber dime.. Looks great, thnx to this vid..
Finn O'Dell: how could you attatch it to your belt
Ghostginthree: That was cool. Good video
Leslie Boom: Hey. Thanks for the upload. Used this method including a few hex nuts to make a lanyard for my knife. :-)
Nathan Gozdor: Thanks for the great vid! Just made my own and subscribed!
EchoOfDivinity: How did you polish the hex nut?
WeaversofEternity: I'm well aware this is not a true snake knot, but if you look closely at how CRK ties their lanyards, this is the way they do it. The whole purpose of this video tutorial was to emulate the specific style of lanyard you can buy from CRK or other knife dealers. I have another video on how to do the true snake knot.
Stefan Schwarz: sry, but this is not a snke knot, its just a combination of many single knots.
With the snake knot the single knots are woven together!!
Manuela Praschl-Spilka: It's a beautifull knot...
ScoutSniper1990: This is one of the easiest lanyard tutorials to follow on youtube .. got it on my first try.. Awesome.
Zach Smith: why does it have a nut?
BuNNy: Thanks much great tutorial. Have a wrapped handle and had to loosen to figure out but you explained it so good. Thanks again.
coopstraub2: No im pretty sure that didnt look like a bowtie... Jk nice job
benlg: Favorited, thanks! Gonna give it a try later
harry dyck: very cool! I KEEP FORGETTING AND COMiNG BACK! lol!
josh cortese: thanks man..great video!
Rolando Roibal: Nice knot, congratulations.
Billy McNish: I mean good
Billy McNish: Hood
joe19782005: Thanks , got it now
retizotyo: Helped me a lot, thank you for this excellent tutorial!
kuscoot: Love this tutorial! You are VERY easy to follow, I love your pace, and you are very clear! I've got to keep practicing because my knots don't end up straight. They start to twist and curve to the left. D'OH!
So practice I will . . . but wanted to say GREAT JOB! and Thanks!
M8Os: i did this to one of my knifes but i dont have any bolts or any thing so put like 5 knots and then left sting at the bottom the 2 stings and but 2 nice wood beads on each one melted the ends so the beads would not come off it tuned out nice for my first time
pestrada0810: thanks bro this helped
tarxantoo: Sharp knife
harry dyck: COOL! I LOVE APPLE PIE! NICE VID! BY THE WAY.
WeaversofEternity: I ended up putting them in a pie.
harry dyck: WHERE WERE THE APPLES?
Slim: Very nice, thanks.
Mike95DSM: Do you find using the "torch" you have better for welding/melting the cord?
I find using lighters, butane and fuel (Zippo) types leave a more pronounced burn mark. Especially with lighter colors.
Thanks for the tutorials and info.
spezz01: wow thnx for the tutorial men its easy to do and the finish lanyard is really nice
Tanbarksails1: Excellent Presentation!!!!! GREAT JOB of it and easy to understand & do, THANK's!!!
Elliott Hermann: Excellent presentation!
079elena: thank you a lot!!!!!!!!!!!!1
8steve88: I don't know what size nut you used but I found that M6 in A4 stainless steel works for me.
Cost about £1.80 per 20 delivered on Amazon from Graphskill - for U.K. I got some other stuff, shackles for bracelets etc. at the same time from them so postage was shared between orders. Everything was shiny when delivered as well. :)
M5 should work for gutted 550 paracord.
Thanks again for the video.
shinobiedc: I also would like to say Thank You for showing this. Putting on those nuts as spacers is a "great" idea!
WeaversofEternity: It's a Sanrenmu 710, the poor man's Sebenza or Chinese copy of the Sebenza
sl66ICEcuba: What knife is that? I know you did not claim it was a Sebenza but they do not come in tip down/the frame lock notch is on the outside and they are bead blasted.
Chabelita2k12: Thanks for share. The Other method is The diamond knot, is similar ti shake, but is more dificultades.
8steve88: Thank you for taking the time and sharing. I've been wanting to tie this knot for a while and your instructions are the easiest to follow.
Another knot learnt.
myth90045: Thanks for the great video. Tied this on my boker gnome. Looks good
hidefsteve: Excellent, I did it! Thank you!
swiftyturtle: It's amazing how something so simple can look so excellent. I'm definitely tempted to put a knot and bead like that on my subrosa.
Thanks for taking the time to make this instructional video.
TheHundrethmonkey: Nice Lanny bro. Did mine with a tiki head bead only on one piece of cord with the other on the outside (wouldn't fit both). Looks sick. Thanks for the help.
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