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Swedish Army Webbing - 50 Meter - 1" Width

Swedish Army Webbing

$40.95

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Quick Overview

The Swedish Army Webbing is a military-spec roll of webbing that is 1" in diameter and 50 meters long. This webbing was used by the Swedish Army to create pack straps, tie downs, and field work. Virtually all units and divisions of the military had uses for this webbing as it is strong, durable, versatile, and easy to adapt to any purpose.

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RM 01-30-2017 01-31-201723:10
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great value
When compared to other webbing material for value- this can't be beat. Strong and easy to work with.
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Raymond 01-28-2017 01-29-201705:49
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Quality!
As mentioned by everyone reviewing this nylon military grade webbing, your imagination is the only limiting factor in utilizing over 150 ft of 1 inch webbing.
Great value for the money. KS did well on this product!
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Chris 01-20-2017 01-21-201721:12
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There are so many uses for this high quality constructed webbing that it's not even funny. You're only limited by your imagination.
There are so many uses for this high quality constructed webbing that it's not even funny. You're only limited by your imagination.
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don 01-14-2017 01-15-201720:55
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solid, tough webbing
This stuff is very tough, strong webbing, effect for a myriad of applications for anyone who has ingenuity and is
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W Crow 12-334-2017 12-01-201703:01
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If you make or modify things, don't pass this up.
This seems to be high quality nylon webbing at a great price. Whether adding buckles to make belts or straps or making belt danglers or anything a strong, relatively narrow webbing will fit, this is a great price. I generally use a Speedy Stitcher but I a strong machine could probably handle it. An awl will open a hole big enough for a copper rivet. If you want a super strong ridgeline under a tarp this would work, although a bit bulky to pack. Use your imagination!
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