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(Continued from Part 1. This concludes the article.) Tool #2: Cordage Cordage — string, rope, etc. — is another of our oldest tools. Early people would have used animal sinew or plant fibers. No matter what its form, cordage is an essential element for making shelters, tools, and weapons, in first aid, and for making needed repairs. Smallest Considered: Dental floss Largest considered: Paracord Final choice: Paracord, plus several feet of fishing line AND thread Honorable mentions: Braided fishline, carpet or upholstery thread Thread – Strong thread is wonderfully useful for small tasks and repairs, such as attaching a feather …

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