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where can i buy paracord (not so expensive)? Answered

i want to make a paracord bracelet of ACU camo green (i think dats da name) n burgandy....but idk where da heck 2 get da cord at

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Pyro the maniac (author)2009-08-18

Online stores like www.cheaperthandirt.com sell it for very cheap do a google search! (if you live somewhere else than the USA tell me and i can reccomend a online store in your country so you dont have to pay customs!)

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do you know peharps about places selling paracord in south-africa? I have been looking for a while on google but have yet to find anything usefull

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Lukas7 (author)Oorspronklikheid2012-01-30

Hallo Oorspronlikheid

Jy kan dalk Ian Douglas by PISA (Zodiac Aerospace) probeer. Hulle is in Margate in Natal. Ek het hom onlangs gekontak maar het nog nie te ver gekom nie.

Hulle vervaardig valskerms en hy het vir my 'n prys van R340 vir 200m gegee (posgeld ingesluit). Klink heel billik.

Laat weet maar indien jy reg kom.

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pulkkine (author)Pyro the maniac2010-02-06

Could you recommend a(n) (online) shop in Finland? Or else a cheap store somewhere in the EU?

rgds jp

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Whatcher (author)Pyro the maniac2010-01-23

Hey, do you know any cheap store that sells paracord or other types of cords to Brazil?
Thanks!

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cordman (author)2012-01-19

You should check out survivalbraceletkits.com they have everything you need to make survival bracelets including the instructions on how to make one

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ninja_maker (author)2011-09-14

if u go to countycomm.com you can get a pretty good amount of colors at $8.45 to $7.90 for 100 feet.

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DBMods (author)2010-07-14

Go to www.Amazon.com and search paracord. They have 550 lb military strength green paracord for $3.59 every 50 feet! (its number 19 on the second page. I hope this helps!

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silvermurpher (author)2010-04-30

The Sportsmans Guide, sportsmansguide.com, carries it.  Full disclosure: I work there...but we do have it, at good prices, various military colors, basically "the real stuff". 

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hupp3l (author)2010-03-28

 at cheaperthandirt.com you can get 1000' for $40.

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sparrowmict (author)2010-02-09

sams best buys
2409 s agnew
okc
405.636.1486  4.5 cents a foot and they have spools as well   lots of colors 

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SteveAnon (author)2010-02-07

In the UK I've used the Bushcraft Store they provide a contact number that you can order from this drops the shipping for the whole order. eg £1.00 for 2x50ft and 5x buckles as opposed to 3x £1.50 P&P (shipping)

http://stores.shop.ebay.co.uk/THE-BUSHCRAFT-STORE_550-PARACORD-PRODUCTS_W0QQ_fsubZ1471145015QQ_sidZ190031195QQ_trksidZp4634Q2ec0Q2em322

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tppatriot (author)2009-12-02

paracord.com   Believe it or not. About .09 cents per foot.

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sgtmike (author)2009-11-17

LAPOLICEGEAR.COM has 50 foot sections in several colors for $4.99.  I purchased several colors, the black had a red fill material that did not look like normal 550 cord.  It was also a lot stiffer than normal.  The greens I got were great.

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kricketone (author)2009-08-18

I just bought a 1,000 foot spool from ebay for $56.00

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barband (author)2009-08-12

I've seen it at Walmart in the camping section at a reasonable price. It turns up just about anywhere they sell camping gear actually. Army surplus stores often have it the cheapest though. I once bought a giant wooden spool of 7mm paracord with something like 1500m on it, for $5 at an army surplus store... so if you have one, check there first.

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frollard (author)barband2009-08-13

If you can stand the smell of the surplus store - I second the suggestion.

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