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100% NYLON SHEATH WITH 7 TYPE III TWISTED INNER STRANDS means this paracord will stand up to just about anything. with a 550 pound tensile strength, you can be sure to be prepared for anything.
MADE IN THE USA. Paracord Planet's 550lb paracord is made in the US by certified US government contractors ensuring strength and durability.
PARACORD PLANET'S PARACORD IS UV AND MOLD/MILDEW RESISTANT. Our Paracord has a smooth texture that doesn’t fray with friction
MULTI-PURPOSE CORD READY FOR WHATEVER YOU NEED IT FOR. Paracord Planet's 550 parachute rope is perfect for camping, crafting, hiking, making paracord projects like bracelets, lanyards, necklaces or paracord coasters or cozies, self-defense tools, wrapping hatchets, knives, or tools, it’s great to have at the lake, on your boat, for boy scout and girl scout troops, and much more!
PARACORD PLANET IS A US OWNED BUSINESS and strives to supply you with the best and toughest cord you need for any situation!
ASIN#: B01M1N47FB

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I got some last week, 100ft, 3 different colors, camo, desert camo and purple. All look and work great

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Ordered mine and used it to mount a projector screen. No complaints!

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"100 feet Hank"

Who is Hank?

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He sells propane and propane accessories. Damn it Bobby.

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If you want the good stuff go to REI and get some accessory cord like this
https://www.rei.com/product/716686/pmi-utility-cord-3mm
It's more expensive but wayyyyyy stronger and won't fray or give up just when you need it.
Makes great bootlaces too :)

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Has anyone used this paracord? It is not mil-spec, but Paracord Planet is listed as one of 5 top US manufacturers of this product. What bothers me is that someone has reported that the cord has seven braids inside, but each braid contains only 2 strings instead of 3. Any feedback on cord quality from actual users?

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I've used it but for only general purpose sorts of things like hanging targets or strapping down a mattress or like a sling for my binoculars and stuff like that and it's held up quite well I haven't tried to climb anything with it but it seems to be well made overall.

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Standard price?

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I guess it went down a buck

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