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Learn how to tie a military bugle braid and how to make a four strand plait rifle sling.
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How to Tie a Military Bugle Braid
Well the second braid I want to show you is this. This is called the Military braid or double braid or sometimes it is called the trumpet braid. As it was the Military is when you see the kind of beagles on it with a gold braid. It’s quite decorative braid. I can make them a single continual paste and this is it with a thinner Para cord it’s very dark but it’s the same thing so when you think of the barcode walk with a — make two loops once you Para cord. So you can see that two loops here.
All right one loop, second loop get your working end and put some of the bite through a centimeters of the loop, through the center over two but you want to keep more of the fingers on to you want to keep. These two loops separate and then what you do put it tight. You’re working in the game and come through the middle loop again pull it tight and then you will bring your working in again through the inner loop. Go through the inner loop and then pull it tight working in through the inter loop, pull it tight. You’re working and goes to the inter loop, all right.
Now let’s start the braid. So let’s see inside that will be outside. Once you cut this braid running down you just see what I found that’s pulling on these loops. This braid central reach loops and work your way just work then I’ll pack up and put it tight on tighter. Until it goes out some like this.
Now on this one I’ve actually sealed the end, on this other one that lay I haven’t done that yet. Now what I’ve got, all I’ve don’t is an edge end of the braid, you’ve got a loop. H integration about loop and all I’ve done is worth; put the worth in end of each end through. So now what you can do you can now press on to your wrist. All right so you set up rim to adjust it there. So it get on to your wrist and then you can just pull it to ends type about that. Just put a simple over hand just put a simple overhand hard fiction there.
Go office to that you’re working in just cut them off and just seal the ends only on to that half it you just go on that. Silk ins and you got on this secure knife oversee if you decide your need this parricide for a new reason. If cut for a knife it’s the end of that half it and loop a tiny bit there you get yourself a little of parricide.
Now, that was one of a knot or braid that I wanted to show you. So what we’ll do I will use what I want to do I want to use two different cords of this. All right, this can use two cords I will use a bit a yellow and a bit green. Now what this one is for same people use in braids they use a got a four strand plait of the H strand plait to make a sling and chose straps and they’re very good but you don’t end up with a work in end that both ends in order to attach it to your whatever is you want. Say once make a wrath sling for example.
You need, you better want to attach it both ends so I come up with is a four strand plait that will give me four working ends to a trend. So the composition you see you can see what I’m doing and which you see my help if you can get better that you were wrapping to. This is on to the next of the rope and I put on opposite ends working end. Now, the print was very similar to our show which you can do in a three strand plot. The very reason to do in this but within a four strand version, so what we going to do is start the plot of this end and work away down to this end. So gather up with all your rope what you need to the first one you need to — this way I’ll show you this.
Okay what we’ll do both working ends we’re going to put through underneath there. So you work in ends underneath this bite. Now, we need to cross those two working ends over on the other cord like that so it does actually trap the power cord. Now what we do is you work in the left hand cord to the middle and then the right hand cord in the middle cross the two over and do the same again. Left in the middle, right in the middle and across the two over, left in the middle, right in the middle and across of two set ones over. Left in the middle, right to the middle cross the two set one’s over. Okay and then we just work this flat or braid or have it when you call it.
Down your rope and obviously the bottom end is braid and as well but we don’t want to happen so using the two strings that you work in ends on this end so it just pull them back through. So you can keep it separate it. Okay now we’re working that way down the braid but we consider both men now and starts keeping more difficult now because works there’s a natural coil gone into it. Now, it’s possible to take that out when you’re making it, It just means every now and you have to change when you’re crossing the central bits over the green bits is that you go on to the left over right, you got right over left. It does make a different a slightly different change in the braid and but it is suppose to keep all that twist.
I am probably on this but I’ll just picks it into spade I don’t want to get this on the cord in it but this going to finish this off now for you and we’re running to do is just hold the cords apart. Now welcome to the end and what I’m doing now is just you fit into the working ends through the eye the bottom because this is not the rope just keep twisting over itself.
Cross them over this must four and I’ll get one more in our time in a minute so that’s my break now tight but what it gives me now is four working ends. So now I can tie this onto anything whatever I need it and you can make or always make this longer secured so rough about and as quiver for sheath make a strap for a pine or anything what ever you wanted, nice sheath so it’s making to about. Whatever you need you’ve got four working ends which you can now tie off on two rings so it’s just some ideas for some toxic and bright.
So four strand braid a three strand braid let me see with the length a double military braid with a single length. Then what I was showing you is how to make the four strands braid which is the very first one I made and which is they can to this website. So if you can look at that, one of his early videos he shows you how to make a power cord bracelet using a four-strand braid. Go check out this video it’s very easy and you can size and that’s it guys have fun and I’ll see you in the next video.