Hey everybody. I have been searching for information regarding knots and dyneema and I cant seem to find any definitive information other than, don't tie knots in dyneema, use splicing. I was wanting to put 2 fixed or adjustable loops on the ends of a length of Zlines Slick Dyneema 2.2mm. I would like the knots to affect the strength of the cordage as little as possible obviously. They do not need to be adjustable (they can be fixed), but if they are adjustable it is not a deal breaker. I was thinking a hangman's noose with 9 wraps would provide enough friction to prevent slippage, however I worry that it would weaken the dyneema quite a bit seeing as how the first bend in the knot is also the load bearing point and quite severe. I also came across 2 additional ways to tie a hangman's noose, in addition to the way that I have tied it for years so I am not sure which causes the least reduction in strength or the most secure hold. Any specific knots or any links to resources that may assist me would be greatly appreciated. I am willing to give splicing a try if that is hands down the best way to go, however I would like to have an option that could be prepared in the field without specific tools. Thanks!