whoopie sling

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Loenja

Settler
Apr 27, 2008
718
1
forest row

Teepee

Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)
Jan 15, 2010
4,115
4
Northamptonshire
Marlow D12 is great for whoopie slings-its made from the same stuff as amsteel blue (dyneema sk75) but is not quite as strong as amsteel blue for its width.
If you can get marlow then you should be able to get english braids(english braids own marlow). They do a "dynamic" line which is pre-stretched sk75-its better than marlow d12.
 

Teepee

Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)
Jan 15, 2010
4,115
4
Northamptonshire
The whoopie sling will sit in the channel happily on its own and the tail of the whoopie sling will act as a drip line. I haven't had any water make it accross the tail yet although i've not had a prolonged deluge yet with the whoopies.
 

The Big Lebowski

Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)
Aug 11, 2010
2,320
3
Sunny Wales!
You just know that wont happen until 3am!

Much as my sliding knots have done, waking on the floor twice LoL!

Hindsight say tell mate they have to get in, so you can check the adjustments ;)

al.
 

garethw

Settler
Hi there
I've seen the thread on the US sites about the Amsteel slings, what's to stop you using Paracord? It break at 250kgs which is well over double my weight. Anyone used it? I've done this type of splicing for years to make carp fishing rigs so I doubt it would be hard to do.
Any thoughts?
Gareth
 

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