.U.S. Made Paracord 50 Woodland - CamoThis is 7 strand military issue, 550 paracord made in the U.S. 50' Woodland pattern. This is the best paracord made in the world. This is military issue 7 strand rated at 550 lbs breaking strength.
Safe working load on any rope is 15% off breaking strength
Uses for Paracord:
Tie tarp to trees, Lanyard to hold items (knife, keys etc, Emergency para cord wrist band, Emergency snare (from one of the strands inside), Fishing line (from inner strands), Boot laces, Floss with the inner strands, Dog lead, Emergency suture ( from inner strands), Wrap knife handle, Bow drill, Clothes line, Improvise a seat by lashing a long log horizontally to 2 trees, Emergency repair for sail while sailing/canoeing, Belt for your trousers, Hang kettle/cooking pot over a fire, Emergency sewing thread (from inner strands), Make a fishing net from inner strands, Make into a net hammock, Hobble your horse, Perimeter trip wires (attach to tin cans or anything to make noise), Watch strap, Carry gear on your back when you don’t have a rucksack, A platypus hose cleaner(by tying granny knots in it and pulling it through, Emergency tow rope – admittedly you need several strands but it is surprising what a few together will hold!, A pulley line for dragging big bits of wood up the side of a hill, A standby strop…. for polishing a razor, A skipping rope for kids (needs a heavy knot in middle), Hang mesh frames for propagating plants in greenhouse, Abseil down a cliff edge, Bundling around firewood for easy carry, Hang a light over the designated latrine for night times, Replace a snapped pull string on older lights, Improvise a fuse, Hanging mirror or other large objects, Use as strap wrench or Spanish windlass, Make a tire swing, Hanging your hammock, Hang an emergency whistle round your neck, Pull cord for chain saw, Pull cord for boat engine, Pull cord for lawn mower/ weed eater, Emergency Tourniquet, Tying down & securing the straps & belts of rucksacks when travelling, Replacing a drawstring cord in a rucksack or on gaiters, Tent guy lines,Tying your rucksack to something solid with sophisticated bushcraft knots outside a shop, tie down a rucksack lid should one or both buckles break, To make an improvised stretcher by lashing poles together and making a net, To lash poles together to make a shelter,To lash a blade to a long pole in order to use as a spear(for emergency hunting), For lowering equipment/packs down cliff edges, Handcuffs for bad guys, Zipper pull, Hanging a kill or your rucksack out of reach of animals at night, Mooring your boat to a dock, Replace a broken water ski rope,Teaching yourself to tie lifesaving knots, Use it to collect water ( tie a knot and place inside a plastic bottle, hang from a rock or damp surface area and the water will collect on the cord and drip into the bottle), Help climb a tree, place around the tree to add more grip, Use it to make improvised snow shoes and on and on ... Paracord is an essential to keep around :-)