I am brand new to this site and paracording in general. Hello everyone. I got this idea in my head for my little Pre Bronco FIC .22 survival rifle. I want to make a stock bandoleer to easily carry rounds with the rifle when I am out and about. The rifle itself was a hand me down from a very close uncle of mine and when he gave it to me it had a leather scabbard type bandoleer on the stock that held a couple of rounds. I am sure that he made it one late night while nursing a fifth of whiskey. It was functional but acquired some mildew over the years as leather will when not looked after. My first thought was to grab some cordura and sew up something but I really like it when thing have multiple purposes. Especially if I am to carry them for an amount of time. So I did some searching around to see if this has been done and if anyone has documented the process. I found this little gem, beautiful work, but nothing on how it was done. I am sure the owner wants to protect his/her hard work. Which is fine by me but I am sure with a little work it could be replicated to my needs. http://cdn.instructables.com/FE8/DSYY/HJAHFVUE/FE8DSYYHJAHFVUE.LARGE.jpg I am looking to adapt this or a similar design to looks something like this. This is not my rifle or picture. http://cdn2.armslist.com/sites/arms...283131_01_sportsterized_mosin_carbine_640.jpg Seeing as this seems like the place the experts go, I thought I would walk in and ask a favor. Anyone have any ideas how this could be accomplished? This would be the rifle in question.