Four Point Barbed Wire

This is often referred to as Velcro mortar, hook and latch mortar, or "that #[email protected]&~%! pokey wire!" Have your barbed wire on a dispenser conveniently located at one end of the wall (Fig. 6.26). One at a time, lay out two parallel strands of barbed wire the entire length of the wall (Fig. 6.27).

Have long bricks or rocks handy to hold the wire down as you lay it or tie on suspended brick weights (as described in Chapter 3). Incorporate any buttresses with the barbed wire (Fig. 6.28).

Cut wire long enough to over lap the ends (Fig. 6.29).


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