Band Tying Line

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Item Description

MAKO Spearguns Band Tying Line

Perfect for tying double constrictor knots when making your own power bands.

Tying your own bands is easy and inexpensive.

The basic steps are outlined in the photos here.

Sold by the foot.

Tutorial: How to tie power bands for your speargun.

Tighten Constrictor Knot

Tighten Constrictor Knot

image-divider Trim Ends of Band Tying Line

Trim Ends of Band Tying Line

image-divider burn line ends to prevent fraying

Burn Line Ends to Prevent Fraying

image-divider Band Tying Complete

Band Tying Complete

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  • 5
    Very Good

    Posted by Tony Romano on Aug 11th 2016

    They sell it by foot, cut to measure. Very nice.

  • 5
    Good line

    Posted by Yuriy Florin on Jul 14th 2016

    I wish I order more - didn't realize that it takes about 10-11 in of line per band if dual constrictor knots are used... Will order more...

  • 5
    Tyinig lIne

    Posted by John Picariello on Jun 21st 2016

    Strong line for tying bands. What I needed to have on hand and placed in the Mako Tool Kit.

  • 5
    Great product

    Posted by nicholas skipper on Jun 1st 2016

    Great quality!!!!

  • 5
    Tying line

    Posted by wayne kelly on Mar 8th 2016

    GREAT PRODUCT!

  • 5
    nice

    Posted by JEREMY CLEATOR on Mar 8th 2016

    nice stuff

  • 5
    band tying line

    Posted by Yosen Rodriguez on Sep 22nd 2015

    good price, excellent quality

  • 5
    tying line

    Posted by Michael Della Poali on Aug 31st 2015

    not used yet

  • 5
    Band Tying Line

    Posted by Justin Toulon on Aug 11th 2015

    Very durable, I love that they have such clear videos for tying bands too.

  • 5
    Works good.

    Posted by Tyce Erickson on Mar 12th 2015

    A+

  • 5
    Bands

    Posted by David Fritch on Feb 26th 2015

    Better than rigging floss that allows the band to stretch back.