550/Paracord bracelets/lanyards

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    550/Paracord bracelets/lanyards

    Anyone know a good place to get them? online or in Orlando. Thanks in advance.
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    I have looked at this place before. Looks like well made stuff.

    http://www.survivalstraps.com/SearchResults.asp?Cat=20
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    I was looking around for them a while ago and decided just to buy my own 550 cord and make them. It's a lot cheaper, you get the same product and you'll have tons left over. It is nice not to have to worry about using a $20+ piece of gear when you make it yourself and it costs $0.56 (~8ft of woven cord for bracelet). There are tons of tutorials online to make the bracelets and once you learn the cobra weave you can make anything you'd like. I actually used the cord from a lanyard I made to make a bow drill for a friction fire about a month ago (I gave up ) Search around on Amazon for Rothco 550lb. Type III Paracord. I buy mine from them and they're quick and delivery is smooth (im in Ohio) and it's the real stuff.
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    Ebay. Search "paracord bracelet" w/ the Buy It Now option & Lowest Price + Shipping first.

    You can buy them starting at around $5 on up.

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    I just started making my own and all it took was a trip to the local Army/Navy store and 5 mins on Youtube. It's super easy to do.

    If you do want to buy one I seem to remember there was one company that employed all wounded vets. I'd search that one out.
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    Agreed that it's great if you learn to do some ParaCord work yourself.

    This is a really useful youtube VID.
    Nice way to kill some time after the necessary tasks/chores are done & you're out alone w/ Momma Nature.



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    This Guy has a blog on the topic. He shows how to make all kinds of stuff.

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    http://www.paracordjoes.com/

    This guy is local to me. Good product, good price. If you order from him, tell him calynn sent you.

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    That would be me! Thanks for the referral, it was a pleasure making yours for you.

    This is my old screen name, I am also a Realtor hence the name, but Paracord Joe's is a HUGE focus.

    Thanks again and let me know if I can be of service!

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    Update: i ended up buying the paracord/550 and learned how to make them myself. family and friends liked them so much i ended up making a bunch. Made lanyards, bracelets and keychains. Also made a monkeys fist. It was actually quite easy and gave me something to do.
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