What is a paracord grenade, you wonder?
First, we aren’t telling you to equip yourself with a grenade on your camping trip. You need to equip yourself with a survival kit, designed like a grenade for which you require 5 essential supplies to make a paracord survival grenade. Why is it shaped like a deathly weapon in the first place? Because it is easier to carry with you on your outdoor excursion.
The paracord survival grenade contains various tools you need to take with you when you go camping. Even though you can buy one from any store in your area, you also have the option to make a paracord survival grenade from scratch.
If you like do-it-yourself (DIY) crafts, you will be more keen on creating a paracord survival grenade using the following 5 essential supplies to make a paracord survival grenade:
Buy a carabiner to make it look like a real grenade. You should buy more than one, as you never know when you might need one while camping.
Fishing and Trapping Gear
When you go camping, you don’t bring food from home. Instead, you become a hunter and gatherer, hunting and collecting food to cook on the open fire and eat. One of the animals you will hunt include fish. If you’re near a small pond, creak, or any other body of water, get trapping items and a snare to catch fish.
When night falls, you need a small LED flashlight to help you find your way through the darkness in the wilderness. Normally, you would start a fire, but if that’s not possible, you will have a LED flashlight handy.
Blade and Ferro Rod
Even if you already have a survival knife, there’s no harm in carrying more than one survival knives. You can carry a small blade and a ferro rod with you. Use the ferro rod to start the fire. You can carry a striking sheet and matchsticks to start a fire as well.
Tin Foil Sheet
Once you have placed the carabiner, fishing and trapping gear, LED flashlight, blade, and ferro rod, you need a tin foil sheet around the items to keep them from getting wet. Another use of the tin foil sheet includes using it as a water container or as a tool to boil water.
Assembling a Paracord Survival Grenade
Follow these steps to assemble a paracord survival grenade:
- Determine the length of one piece of the paracord (the length you take out varies according to how many items you want to place in the paracord survival grenade).
- To create it, use the cord to make three passes down and up.
- Fold the cord at the middle and link it to the carabiner at the center using a larks head knot.
- Wrap all the items you are placing in the paracord survival grenade in a tin foil sheet.
- Place all the items in the tin foil sheet at the middle of the cords.
- Cover the survival items by making many cobra knots.
- You’re done!
What Are the Different Types of Paracord Grenade Survival Kits You Can Make?
You can create the following paracord grenade survival kits:
M-550 Paracord Grenade Pro
This survival kits contains:
- Four fishing hooks
- Safety pins
- Whistle buckle
- Thread and needle
- Bobby pins
- Wire saw
- Aluminum foil
- Electrical tape
- Buttery sutures
- Small pocket knife
- Sharp blade
- Can opener
- Universal handcuff key
- Four water purifying tablets
- Striker and rod
Other survival kits you can add these items to include the M-550 “desert camo” paracord grenade, M-550 “woodland” paracord grenade pro, M-550D “deluxe” grenade, and M-550 “pink camo” paracord grenade. You can also use the 5 essential supplies to make a paracord survival grenade to replicate any one of the kits.
The Benefit of Making a Paracord Survival Grenade
By making your own paracord survival grenade, you receive one major benefit. You can make a bespoke paracord survival grenade according to the items you plan to take with you when you go camping. You can use the method told here to make a paracord survival grenade.
If you don’t want to make a paracord survival grenade using the 5 essential supplies to make a paracord survival grenade because mastering the different knots seems difficult, you can always buy a paracord survival grenade from a store.
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