U.S. Military Veteran Paracord Snobs hereby award you “Bragging Rights!”
Now YOU REALLY CAN HAVE GENUINE 8-STRAND
MILSPEC PARACORD, with FREE EBook and Copy of MIL-C-5040H!
“Real” MilSpec Paracord is stronger & more reliable than “commercial”parachute cord.
THIS Paracord is 100% Compliant with MilSpec C-5040H and The Berry Amendment and includes:
– 8 twisted Inner Strands
– EACH Inner Strand is made up of THREE (not two) twisted Inside Strands
– Uniquely colored ID Marker Strand
– 100% Nylon
– Average Breaking Strength over 600 lbs.
Commercial Paracord only has:
– No single manufacturing standard
– Usually only 7 or 6 twisted or straight Inner Strands
– Usually TWO (not three) twisted or straight Inside Strands
– More than a few materials & breaking strengths
Military & civilian paratroopers have trusted their lives to THIS Parachute Cord for decades.
Enjoy Being CONFIDENT & DEPENDABLE – DON’T Get Caught UNPREPARED!
– Hunting, Fishing, Camping, Parachuting, Motorcycling & ATV’s
– Make a Paracord Bracelet, Key Fob, Leash, Lanyard, or Decorative Knot
– Hobbyists, Home, Garage, Gardening, Landscaping & Roofing
– Military, Paramilitary, Paracord Survival Strategies & “Bug Out Bags”
– Law Enforcement, Emergency Medical Services and products & Rescue Personnel
– Automotive Emergency Kits, Boating, Scuba Diving, Cycling, Arts & Crafts
– Farming, Ranching, Construction, Picnics & SO Much More!
YOUR Mil Spec Paracord will “Outrank” Your Friends’ Commercial Paracords,
Guaranteed! And YOU Can Give an explanation for the Important Differences to Them!
Imagine Yourself being More Reliable & Prepared – Starting NOW!
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✓ WE’RE U.S. MILITARY VETERANS AND PARACORD SNOBS! WE ADMIT IT & WE’RE PROUD OF IT! We will even include our FREE EBook: “We Love MilSpec Paracord and You Will, Too!” and a copy of Military Specification MIL-C-5040H.
✓ DESCRIPTION OF THIS 550 MIL SPEC PARACORD: This Paracord is 100% compliant with MilSpec (Military Specification) C-5040H, and 100% compliant with The Berry Amendment. We manufacture it in the usA. from materials sourced in the US. This Type III, 550 Parachute Cord is 5/32″ in diameter and made from 100% Nylon with EIGHT (not seven!) removable twisted inner strands. Every inner strand is made up of THREE (not two!) twisted inside strands. It includes a visible Manufacturer’s Colored Identification Marker Strand. This Paracord is preshrunk, and won’t rot or mildew. It resists ultra-violet light, abrasion and tangling, and has an average breaking strength well in excess of 600 pounds. Our Paracord comes in a couple of lengths: 110 foot hanks, 55 foot hanks, or 310 foot spools. And it comes in a couple of colors, including: Olive Drab (OD) Green 107, Camo (Camouflage) Green 483, Foliage Green 504, Black, Coyote Brown 498, Desert Tan 499, (Cranberry) Red, International Orange, White (Natural), Desert Camo, Shock ‘n Awe Camo, Sunrise Camo or Jungle Camo.
✓ WHAT IS MILSPEC PARACORD? Type III mil spec 550 parachute cord is an inexpensive, lightweight, tough and durable Kernmantle rope with in reality abnormal breaking strength, especially relative to its small diameter. It was once first of all developed by the US military for use as parachute suspension lines all the way through World War II. It continues for use on both military and civilian parachutes today. Paracord is now manufactured in two general varieties: (1) tightly-defined Military Specification or “Mil-Spec” Paracord, and (2) undefined “Commercial” Paracord. Mil Spec Paracord is stronger and more reliable than “commercial” Paracord. Mil-Spec Paracord could also be more flexible and “supple” than commercial paracord, making it a very simple choice for crafters and hobbyists to use when making paracord bracelets and other paracord projects. As a result of its small size, portability, affordability, versatility and exceptional breaking strength, mil spec 550 military cord has grow to be a favorite survival, utility and crafting rope or cord used day-to-day by both military and civilian Staff, sportsmen and hobbyists all the way through the world. Paracord could also be known as: parachute cord, 550 paracord, 550 parachute cord, 550 cord, survival cord, paracord rope, paracord string, parachute rope, military cord, cord for bracelets, survival cord, military cord, tactical cord & utility cord, among many other names.
✓ WHO USES MIL-SPEC PARACORD? Staff in the Military, Paramilitary, National Guard and Military Reserve. Emergency Response Staff: Police and other Law Enforcement, Firefighters, Emergency Medical Technicians, Paramedics, First Responders and other Rescue Staff. Hobbyists, Survivalists, Landscapers, Bicyclists, Warehousers, Logging and Lumber Workers, Roofers, Home Builders, Home Painters, Landscapers, Road and Street Construction Workers, Truckers, Boy and Girl Scouts, Household Movers, Farmers and Ranchers, Students and Teachers. Sportsmen: Hunters, Fishermen, Campers, Hikers, Boaters and Canoers, Scuba Divers, Surfers, Riders of All Terrain Vehicles, Backpackers, Families on Picnics, and SO many more.
✓ WHAT IS PARACORD USED FOR? 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, zipper pull, learning to tie knots, whistle lanyard, pulling out a loose tooth, tie off a 6-pack of beer to cool it by submerging it into a cold lake or stream, make a net, tie a door open or closed, tent rope, hang a sign, fish stringer, tie a label onto a suitcase or luggage, phone case, macrame projects, paracord bracelet, key fob, self-defense weapon (monkey fist), mark off “wet paint” area, dog collar, dog run line, sew a button on, tie a fly, snare or trap, net, fishing line or trotline, repair wicker furniture, necklace, safe 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, sling or splint for an injured limb, “soft patch” repair a hose or pipe, string cans together for an alarm, string “just married” cans together and tie to a car, suspend food out of reach from wild animals, restring a baseball glove, hang a bicycle or tools in the garage, basketball hoop net, flag halyard line, hammock, hang a bird feeder, bundle firewood together, fencing, tie hanks of paracord in order that they do not get tangled, macrame projects, binoculars strap, dental floss, sandal strap, bow drill for starting a fire, reinforce a pole for a lean-to shelter, flashlight lanyard, rope off a perimeter fence, hang a piñata, tie a surfboard to an ankle strap, attach a water bottle to a backpack or belt, hang rolls of duct tape in the garage, attach boat bumpers to a boat, snowshoes, pull dead limbs from a tree for a campfire … and SO a lot more.