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Survival Paracord Bracelet – A Line When You Are In a JAM

By Editor | August 29, 2012

Forget the knife and fire starter, in an emergency a rope…in this case a paracord can prove very valuable. There are many emergency uses for it, you can use it for tying things, tourniquets, shoelaces, snares, and more.

If you need finer strands , you can simply tease out the cord’s individual strands and make a fishing line or sewing thread. One of the main question is how do you bring a useful amount that is not too bulky.  This is where the paracord survival bracelet.

These paracord bracelets are worn by soldiers and it is an essential survival tool that is worn on the body for emergencies, because sometimes you may be separated from your gear. You can make one, all  you’ll need scissors, a lighter, a tape measure, and 10 feet of 550 paracord (breaking strength of 550 pounds).

Or you can purchase pre-made paracord bracelets from a outdoor gear store online.

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