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How To Tie A Diagonal Lashing – Boy Scout Knots and Lashing

The Diagonal Lashing is one way to join 2 poles when building a camp improvement or pioneering project. It is used when the angle between the poles is not 90 degrees. It is a required lashing for advancement to First Class rank in the Boy Scouts.

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