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    What are some good and useful rescue knots to learn with (preferably) webbing?

    And what are some good sites with information on good knots etc.


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    Bump, could use some advice. Thanks.
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    Bump. I could use some advice.
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    Here is a site.
    http://www.animatedknots.com/indexre...matedknots.com

    Search the topic before posting or you'll be eaten alive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delta107 View Post
    Here is a site.
    http://www.animatedknots.com/indexre...matedknots.com

    Search the topic before posting or you'll be eaten alive.

    Welcome to the forums.
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    Ditto,

    ...to points A AND B.
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    Ditto on the Grog's Animated Knots website....every knot you'd ever need to know and then some. Excellent site.

    The water knot is what you'll normally use for webbing.
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    Thank You.
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