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looks great! I made a set the very same with a peg I found when I was camping. They look and work great. I drilled a small hole in one end to attach a small line to my webbing so I dont lose them .
Last edited by myles to go; 02-24-2010 at 11:26.
I use a small carabiner in my marlin spike hitch. It won't take your eye out, and you can hang stuff from it.
Also, if you are wanting to use a cut aluminum arrow shaft for a toggle, you may be able to get them for free. When an archery shop custom cuts its arrows there is usually 3 to 5 inches remaining. These are thrown out most of the time. You might pick up some toggles-to-be for free or near to it.
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I use a cheap aluminum tent peg that has been cut, drilled, and attached to my webbing (got the idea from Frawg). Attachment nylon line similar in size to dental floss. Peg is 2.5".
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If you have any ground dweller friends that have a spare or broken tent pole or yourself?) you can use that, just cut to size needed and buff the edges and your set.
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