7-Strand Jungle Camo Paracord / Parachute Cord. 25 Colors 100 Ft. Hank, Guaranteed U.S. Made Military Survival Cord, Type III, 550 Lb. Break Strength for Projects and Bracelets. Includes Two Ebooks.

June 4, 2017 - Comment
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We are U.S. Military Veterans and Paracord Snobs!

WE KNOW PARACORD and have sold literaly TONS of it!

Paracord has THOUSANDS of different uses!

– Securing or lashing luggage or gear, clothesline, shoe or boot laces, emergency stitches, starting a fire
– Emergency tourniquet, grips on knives, axes or other hand tools, rifle sling, holder strap for sunglasses
– Make a Paracord bracelet, decorative Knot, wrap a coffee cup, hang a pinata, boy and girl scout projects
– Zipper pull, learning to tie knots, whistle lanyard, pulling out a loose tooth, make a net, tie a door open
– Tie off a 6-pack of beer to cool it by submerging it into a cold lake or stream, tent rope, hang a sign
– Fish stringer, macrame projects. key fob, self-defense weapon (monkey fist), tie up a woman’s corset
– Dog run line, sew a button on, tie a fly, snare or trap, net, fishing line or trotline, repair wicker furniture
– secure electrical or electronic cords together, string Christmas or other decorative lights, crabbing
– lash a boat to the dock, boat anchor line, tie climbing vines to trellis, tie an inner tube raft together
– “soft patch” repair a hose or pipe, string cans together for an alarm, basketball hoop net, flag pole line
– hang a bird feeder, bundle firewood together, fencing, binoculars strap, dental floss, sandal strap

GUARANTEED with our 1 year “No Muss, No Fuss, No B.S.” Guarantee, PERIOD!

– Hobbyists, Home, Garage, Gardening, Landscaping and Roofing
– Hunting, Fishing, Camping, Parachuting, Motorcycling and ATV’s
– Law Enforcement, Emergency Medical Services and Rescue Personnel
– Military, Paramilitary, Paracord Survival Strategies and “Bug Out Bags”
– Automotive Emergency Kits, Boating, Scuba Diving, Cycling, Arts and Crafts
– Boy and Girl Scounts, Farming, Ranching, Construction, Picnics

Click on the “Add to Cart” NOW to be MORE DEPENDABLE, PREPARED and CONFIDENT!

Product Features

  • THIS IS A 100 FT. HANK OF JUNGLE CAMO, Type III, 550 Paracord. It includes two eBooks: “Paracord Skills, Bracelets and Projects for Fun and Profit,” and “How to Tie 20 of the Most Useful Knots.” These eBooks will be delivered by email after your purchase.
  • 550 POUND BREAK STRENGTH, 1/8 inch in diameter, 7 Inner Strands, Certified U.S. Government Paracord Manufacturer.
  • WILL NOT ROT OR MILDEW.  Resists abrasion, tangling, & deterioration from ultra-violet light.
  • MADE IN USA by a U.S. Military Veteran-owned and operated company with a 1-Year, 100% “No Muss, No Fuss, No B.S. Guarantee,” PERIOD!
  • MANY USES, INCLUDING: tying and lashing, boot and shoe laces, Bug Out and EDC Bags, emergency stitches, starting a fire, traps and snares, grips on knives and axes, belts, rifle slings, lanyards, zipper pulls, tent ropes, bracelets and crafts, self-defense (monkey fist), dog collars and leashes, sewing repairs, suspending food out of reach from wild animals, flag pole ropes, dental floss, and SO many more!


Alabama Teacher says:

Exactly what I needed for my camper! I bought this cord in the Bubblegum Pink in order to make guy ropes for my vintage camper awning. It’s great! The color goes well with my 1960s teal/white/pink color scheme, but at the same time, it’s a highly visible color. That means no tripping over the ropes when walking around the campsite. It was easy to cut, yet didn’t unravel or fray when I was working with it. Burned the ends of each length of rope to prevent any wear, and I’m ready to go! Love having so many color choices, and so much…

T. Troxel says:

Like ammo and knives you can’t have too much paracord Like ammo and knives you can’t have too much paracord!! Was a boy scout, so like being prepared, I carry a small survival bag every where I go, and my paracord is attached to it, has so many uses, too many to list, these folks make a quality product!!Believe me, if you have some of this item, sooner or later you’ll need to use it and be glad you have it on hand!!

blank Michael says:

Great paracord and company I am brand new to using paracord for anything other than tying things together. I am a knife guy and have seen Japanese knives with paracord wraps and wanted to find out how it was done and what materials were best to use. I found out the type lll, 7 strand nylon kern, 550 pound tensile strength with a woven mantle made from nylon was the closest to the military spec paracord you could buy. Unfortunately the military spec of nylon severely limits your choice of colors. Further research of 100%…

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