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In truth, the Quick Bit Gag is merely a clever application of a multiple overhand knot. Also known as a “blood knot” (since it was tied into the ends of cat-o’-nine-tails), the multiple overhand knot makes for a quick, secure knot for a muffling gag! (It’s not a bad sight gag, either.)
Rope length: 5 to 10 feet
Rope diameter: 3/8 inch to 7/16 inch
Start by first tying a simple overhand knot—making sure to leave a large hand-sized loop beneath.
Then repeatedly coil the rope around the top of the loop.
Make sure to wrap each coil snugly…
until you’ve made four to five snug coils around the top of your loop.
With both loose ends of your rope in hand…
draw the knot up by pulling with one steady smooth pull.
When complete, only the coils are visible between the loose rope ends.
With a willing partner in hand, you’re in business!