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Paracord 550 - Black and Olive Drab

550 Paracord

$10.95

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550 Paracord

If you plan on building a survival kit without including some of our 550 paracord, you should also plan on being one of the first people to perish when push comes to shove. It is that important. As such, you should take out your wallet and dish out just $9.95 today for 100 feet of 550 paracord, which is available in either black or olive drab.

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Parachute cord, more commonly known as paracord and sometimes 550 cord, is a type of nylon kermantle rope that was originally designed for and used in suspension lines found in United States parachutes during World War II. Its versatility was quickly realized by paratroopers that discovered their suspension lines served a number of secondary applications.

Kermantle rope is a type of rope characterized by an interior core, known as the kern and an exterior sheath, which is designed to provide an added degree of strength, durability and flexibility. As one would expect, the tensile strength of kermantle rope is derived from the kern whereas the exterior sheath exists primarily to protect the kern from abrasions.

Since its introduction by the military decades ago, paracord has gone on to enjoy wild success on the civilian market, as evidenced by the prevalence of paracord survival bracelets. With virtually limitless applications, paracord is becoming more and more popular as time wears on.

Our 550 paracord is sold in lengths of 100 feet and is available in either black or olive drab. Nominally rated with a minimum breaking strength of 550 pounds, 550 paracord generally contains between 7 to 9 core yarns.

Are you wondering what our 550 paracord can be used for? You should not be. As noted, its applications are virtually limitless. It will make an excellent addition to the packs of anyone that enjoys:

- Camping

- Hiking

- Hunting

- Survival

- Fishing

- Climbing

- Much more…

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Anon 07-199-2014 07-19-201402:22
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Lots of paracord for a low price. I bought two, because no survival kit is complete without at least 100 feet of this stuff
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53GR 07-194-2014 07-14-201418:26
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You NEED this
Unless you are carrying around a giant spool of Paracord, you need more of it!
This has a myriad of uses, everything from securing gear (such as a "tactical spork"). You can use it instead of a chain for your dogtags. You can use it with fastex buckles to attach pouches and gear to your ruck.
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Daniel 07-187-2014 07-07-201405:16
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Great product
Ten dollars? I'll take three! Amazing product for an amazing price, keep it up KS.
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Richard 06-168-2014 06-18-201413:50
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Multi-purpose
I used this paracord for everything from staking tents to tying up tomato plants. I can never have enough of this stuff lying around. Great strength, durability and great quality.
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Michael 11-304-2014 11-01-201402:23
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great stock wrap
I use these to wrap my triangle sidefolding stocks. It looks great and make your cheek weld a bit more solid. Plus you have over 7' of paracord right with you in the field.
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