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STRONGER KNOT
NYLON CORD
SIMILAR
RELATED
STRONGER
SEVERAL DAYS
RIDING
LASHING
USEFUL KNOTS
USEFUL KNOT
KNOTS
KNOT TYING
BINDING KNOTS
HIKING
FREE KNOT TYING VIDEO CLIP
SECURE
OVERHAND KNOT
WHIPPING
CLOVE HITCH
VARIATION
END
TIMBER HITCH
TYING
TIE
CONSTRICTOR KNOT
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Definitions

  1. A constrictor knot is a strong binding knot, very difficult to undo, and useful for tying the necks of bags. (Web site)
  2. A constrictor knot is perfect for binding two pieces of rope or two objects together.
  3. The Constrictor knot is appropriate for situations where secure temporary or semi-permanent binding is needed.
  4. The constrictor knot is a better thief knot as it were, so this is kind of like a variation of a variation.
  5. The Constrictor Knot is often considered to be the best and most secure of all of the binding type of knots.

Stronger Knot

  1. An even stronger knot than that is the double Constrictor knot.

Nylon Cord

  1. Using the nylon cord around the waist, tie one constrictor knot (described below). (Web site)

Similar

  1. Transom Knot: Very similar to the constrictor knot.

Related

  1. The boa knot is related to the strangle knot and the double constrictor knot.

Stronger

  1. If a stronger and even more secure knot is required an extra riding turn can be added to the basic knot to form a Double constrictor knot.

Several Days

  1. To test its holding power, I made a small hank of nylon cord, secured it with a Constrictor Knot, and carried it in my pocket for several days.

Riding

  1. Examples of riding turns can be seen in both the Constrictor knot and the Strangle knot.

Lashing

  1. Constrictor Figure of Eight Lashing The constrictor knot is important as temporary whipping and as permanent binding.

Useful Knots

  1. Other very useful knots are the Alpine butterfly, the Constrictor knot, and the Trucker's hitch.

Useful Knot

  1. A constrictor knot is a unique and useful knot.

Knots

  1. It is related to the constrictor knot and appears in "Ashley's Book of Knots" as knots 385, 1182 and 1255.

Knot Tying

  1. Master the constrictor knot with help from an experienced craftsman in this free video on knot tying.

Binding Knots

  1. The Constrictor knot is one of the most effective binding knots. (Web site)

Hiking

  1. Learn how to tie a correct constrictor knot variation in this free video clip on knot tying for hiking, climbing and sailing.

Free Knot Tying Video Clip

  1. Learn how to tie a correct Constrictor knot variation for hiking, climbing, or sailing in this free knot tying video clip.

Secure

  1. The Transom knot is a simple lashing knot, based on the Constrictor knot, used to secure two linear objects at right angles to each other.
  2. Constrictor Knot - The best and most secure of all binder knots.

Overhand Knot

  1. Similar to the constrictor knot, it also features an overhand knot under a riding turn.

Whipping

  1. A constrictor knot is used in whipping.

Clove Hitch

  1. Includes bowline, tautline hitch, square knot, clove Hitch, rolling hitch, trucker's knot, constrictor knot and sheet bend.

Variation

  1. Slipped Constrictor knot This variation is useful if it is known beforehand that the constrictor will need to be released. (Web site)
  2. Same basic constrictor knot, but just with a variation of using it on a bite. (Web site)

End

  1. Begin and end the chain hitch with a securing knot such as a constrictor knot.

Timber Hitch

  1. It can only be tied around a spar or pole, once a securing knot like the timber hitch or the constrictor knot has been tied.

Tying

  1. Tying a constrictor knot to a leaner ensures that you won't lose any small objects around your campsite.
  2. You can constrict it by tying a constrictor knot around the rope with a bit of twine, or you can tape it.

Tie

  1. There are also at least three methods to tie the constrictor knot in the bight and slip it over the end of an object to be bound. (Web site)
  2. In this video, i'll show you how to tie a Constrictor Knot, a binding knot. (Web site)
  3. Learn how to tie a constrictor knot from an expert outdoorsman in this free knot tying video.

Constrictor Knot

  1. Learn how to tie a correct Double Constrictor knot for hiking, climbing, or sailing in this free knot tying video clip. (Web site)
  2. Video Transcript How to Tie a Constrictor Knot Variation Now I'm going to show you a variation off the constrictor knot. (Web site)
  3. The participants will learn the uses of and how to tie a Fisherman's knot, Clove hitch, Carrack bend, Anchor hitch and Constrictor knot.

Categories

  1. Binding Knot
  2. Water Sports > Sailing > Knots > Thief Knot
  3. Water Sports > Sailing > Knots > Knot Tying
  4. Useful Knots
  5. Tie
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