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    Default Water Bottle Rope Sling

    Anyone got a link to a website with some good and clear instructions on how to make a net water bottle holder/sling from paracord or something?
    I'm looking for something that I can make to carry a 58 water bottle and sling it over my shoulder. I know you can get pouches that go on your belt, but I find a bottle full of water just pulls your belt and trousers down. And I don't like wearing webbing because I feel a complete military-wannabe berk in webbing.
    If anyone knows of any clear instructions on how to make such a thing I'd be really grateful.
    Cheers.

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    That particular one wouldn't, but some of the links on the right would be!
    Ta.

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    Here is what you are looking for (I hope). Tony
    http://stormdrane.blogspot.com/2008/...-net_5927.html

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    I posted in kit chatter about something similar but turns out there may not be anything out there for what we are after. So I was thinking of going ahead and making one out of leather. I have a two designs in mind so if I do go ahead with it I will post up a how-to or photos of it's progress.

    It is for the same reasons as you why I have been looking for an alternative.

    http://www.bushcraftuk.com/forum/showthread.php?t=73552

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    Quote Originally Posted by asemery View Post
    Here is what you are looking for (I hope). Tony
    http://stormdrane.blogspot.com/2008/...-net_5927.html
    Yup - that was the kind of thing I was looking for.
    Cheers.

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