Rescue Knots

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Published on December 23, 2008

Author: cherri7051


Slide 1: Take pig tail and run it over the standing end to make a loop, 2. Take pig tail and Run it under the standing end and through the loop, 3. Pull the pig tail and the standing end to tighten the knot. 1 2 3 Overhand Safety Knot Slide 2: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Square Knot Slide 3: Figure Eight Stopper Knot 3 Make a bend in the rope, 2. Take pig tail over standing end to create a loop, 3. Run Pig tail back under the standing end, 4. Run pig tail down through the loop, 5. Pull pig tail and standing end to make knot tight. 1 2 3 4 5 Figure Eight Stopper Knot Slide 4: 1 2 3 4 5 Figure Eight Follow Through Slide 5: Double Fisherman's Knot 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Slide 6: Double Fisherman's Knot Slide 10: Figure Eight on a Bight 10 1 2 3 4 5 1. Make a bight in the rope, 2. Take bight over standing end and pig tail to create a loop, 3. Run the bight back under the standing end, 4. Run the bight down through the loop, 5. Pull bight and standing end to make knot tight. Figure Eight on a Bight Slide 11: Double Loop Figure Eight 11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Take bight down to create a bend, 2. Take bight over standing end of the rope, 3. Take bight back under the standing end, 4. Lay bight across the loop, Flip the entire Knot over, 6. Roll bight down to the bottom of the knot, 7. Pull two ropes through the Middle of the loop, 8. Pull two bights and standing ends in opposite direction to tighten. Double Loop Figure Eight Slide 12: Square Knot 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1. Put the left pig tail over the right pig tail, 2. Run the left pig tail down under the right, 3. Run the left pig tail back over the right, 4. Put the right pig tail over the left, 5. Run the Right under the left, 6. Run the right back over the left, 7. Pull the tails and standing Ends in opposite directions. Square Knot Slide 15: Bowline Slide 16: Butterfly Knot Slide 17: Single person Belay Line Ex-large carabiner MUNTER HITCH Slide 18: CLOVE HITCH Working End Mid line Slide 19: PRUSIK CORD / LOOP

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