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Paracord Bracelets

bick

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Thought some of you may like this link.  Heavy chunk of the money goes to charity.  Think I'll order an Airborne one for my days in the Regiment and a Toronto Police Vets one, same colors as the PPCLI.

http://paracoy.weebly.com/

Jay
 

Eye In The Sky

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I was searching for Cdn sites that do the Thin "blank" line cobra braclets like this 2 months ago and ended up getting mine from the US on Ebay.  Other popular knot styles (or whatever its called)  I saw are the King Cobra and, the one I liked, Ladderknot, and wasn't able to find any Cdn makers.  I think I'll drop them a line to see if they are going to expand or other styles are avail under "Custom".

I do however really like those key fobs, mine is an old one I made myself out of OD paracord, so one of those will be on order shortly.  Tks for the site link.
 

Wolfmaan

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The cobra knot is easy to learn. I watched a few YouTube videos and now can make them myself.
 

Eye In The Sky

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Maybe you can volunteer some of your time to the making of the ones on that site that are helping to support a few worthy charities then.... ;)
 

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My girlfriend had bought me one from the US from "SurvivalStrap.com". It has a different, heavier duty clasp but the same idea. I wear the thing all the time.



She also bought me a bracelet from "Bandsforarms.com" made from a strip of a Marine's uniform. Apparently their made from all branches of the US military from various battles of WWII. I lost that one but was wondering if anyone knows if there's anything like that in Canada?
 

chrisf

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... I think you've hit on a practical post destruction use for cadpat...
 

Jarnhamar

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Pretty cool idea.



I still regret not picking up one of the paracord bracelets in California that had a small razorblade hidden inside.
 

Bruce Monkhouse

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There was a chap at the Ribfest last weekend selling these along with "D-day" and "1944" t-shirts.
 
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