Looking on the Internet there are some people out there making them, but the price is way out of my reach for something that I could make myself. The holes should protrude both leather and nylon. As you continue, you need to end up having a mirror image to what you did so far, but on the left side of the sling.
While doing this I was reminded of making a 'rag rug' on my grandma's loom as a child.
Even if it ends up being more you can always cut it where you find it to be excess. Fold in half the paracord, right in the middle, and make a slip knot at one swivel end.
I used a sling off another gun to find my length, or you can just use a piece of paracord and some trial and error. Mark the length on the board.
Take Good Care, Bill... Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. We have decided to have a 'fusing party' and fuse together scraps of cord have a bag full and different lengths of the colors in the theme he wants.
You can then cut and burn the exposed edges.
Do that for all three paracords and arrange them so they are nicely placed next to each other. Again tighten that well. Just unweave it. Did you make this project? Weave it through that half of a loop made at step 12.
Arrange the three pieces of cord in order to be one next to the other. You now have a comfortable gun sling and useful piece of equipment for many survival situations. You can either keep that pattern all the way to the end, or you can finish the shoulder part in a cobra stitch. Now Cord 2 is on the right side. Repeat on your other swivel.
Fold the paracord in half and perform a slip knot on one of the swivels. Weave Cord 2 underneath the extreme right part of Cord 1.
The other cord should be on top, and then place below the sling and in the end — all the way through the loop. Enjoy doing that even if it takes time to weave all the length of the paracord some may take you up to 4 hours.
Begin by preparing a half-loop with the green right-most cord. Place this to cover Cord 1 and Cord 2. Thanks for a great instructable.