TOUGH-GRID 750lb Mil-Spec Type IV Paracord (Wholesale)
$422.50 – $504.00
750 Pound Test TRUE “Mil-Spec.” (Military Specifications) Mil-C-5040-H Type IV Paracord 100% Nylon
Why Buy 550lb When You Can Get The Best 750lb Paracord For Pennies More?
– Ideal for Bracelets, Survival, Belts, Wrapping Tools, Lifting, Backpacking, Hanging Bear Bags and Towing Moderately Heavy Objects. Uses Limited ONLY by Your Imagination!
– Great for Camping, Hiking, Cycling, Boating, Gifts, Home Fixes, Cabins, or Bug-out Locations.
– Measures ONLY 1/32 of an Inch Bigger Around than 550lb Paracord (about the diameter of a pencil lead) With a Guaranteed Minimum 750lb Tensile Strength!
200 Pounds Stronger & Fits Great in Your EDC, Car, Tank, Backpack or Bug-Out Bag!
American made quality by a company that has been supplying the US government with parachute cord for more than 100 years! Don’t accept cheap foreign imports or inferior cord… you just don’t have to!
TOUGH-GRID® Paracord Is Flexible & Tough!
– Since it is 200 pounds stronger than 550 paracord, you’ll have greater confidence when you really need it!
– Holds shape better and doesn’t flatten out like 550 cord.
– TOUGH-GRID® Paracord is a “must have” for your emergency preparedness supplies and makes a fantastic gift!
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- REALLY TOUGH! 200lbs Stronger Than Common 550 Cord & Only 1/32″ Thicker With 11 Triple Strands
- MILITARY GRADE 100% Nylon – Type IV Mil-C-5040-H Mil Spec. *U.S. Military Does Not Use All Colors
- NEVER SPLICED All 50, 100, 200 & 500 Footers Are Guaranteed Continuous. 1000Ft. May Have 2 Sections
- MANY USES Great For Camping, Emergency/Disaster Prep. & Crafts Like Bracelets, Belts, Lanyards etc.
- 50, 100, and 150 Footers Come in Bags, 200 Footers on a Tube, and 500 and 1000 Footers on a Spool. PLEASE See Images Above.
Our 750lb parachute cord is actually used by the Military for cargo parachutes, whereas 550lb mil-spec parachute cord is used for personnel parachutes. The cord used for cargo chutes requires plenty of extra strength for the much heavier loads endured during a cargo drop. Our Military Grade Paracord has the required 30% stretch built-in to it as well as being UV, chemical, and abrasion resistant, and made with (11) inner (triple-twisted) strands, as opposed to (7) inner (double or triple-twisted) strands in 550 cord. That’s where the 200lbs of extra strength comes from. Our Premium Nylon can endure the elements like no other material and is truly a man-made marvel. NASA even used parachute cord to help fix the Hubble Space Telescope! As you know, the Hubble telescope is still producing some of the most amazing photos the world has ever seen.
Let’s be clear… this cord is NOT for people who are looking for the cheapest available option. It’s NOT for people who don’t care about the quality of their cord and it’s NOT for people who don’t want cord that is made in the United States. If you fit that description, this is not the cord for you. TOUGH-GRID® paracord is the BEST of the BEST cord available anywhere in the entire world. Yep, that’s a bold claim, but we can back it up. It also helps that we are the TOP RATED paracord on Amazon with more than 3000 positive reviews! Check us out here: TOUGH-GRID® Paracord on Amazon
Why is Paracord the Ultimate Survival and Bug Out Item?
Since the creation of paracord in 1935 by a man named Wallace Caruthers, to the popularizing of parachute cord during World War II, paracord has experienced a meteoric rise. Why? It’s one of the most useful cords/ropes in the world. If you want to wrap your knife to get a better grip, paracord is perfect for that. Want to make a bracelet, lanyard or belt? Paracord will give you a perfect base and can be broken down and used in emergency situations. Whether you need to tie something down, set a snare, replace your guy lines or boot laces, lash poles together, or replace your bow drill string, paracord is your best bet! You can even take the inner cords out and use them as fishing line or dental floss, even sutures in an emergency.
A Few Creative Uses for Parachute Cord.
Paracord can be used in thousands upon thousands of different ways. You’re only limited by your imagination! Some of the most common paracord projects are: bracelets, lanyards, monkey fists, watch bands, belts, rifle slings, knife wrapping, harpoon lines, dog leashes, dog collars, lighter wraps, pace counters, rings, can koozies, keychains, hanging chairs, hammocks, bull whips, camp chairs, multi-tool pouches, replacement drawstrings, and gill nets (using inner strands). Again, the uses are unlimited and people are finding creative and fun, new ways of using paracord every day!
What’s the Best Way to Use Paracord?
Paracord is comprised of an outer sheath and multiple inner strands. There is nothing that keeps the inner strands from slipping around inside the outer sheath, so when you cut paracord, you also need to seal it. There are a few ways of doing this:
- Once you’ve measured and cut your cord, use a pocket lighter, torch, candle, or a campfire and melt both ends of the cord until the inner strands and outer sheath are fused together.
- 2- Measure your cord and find where you would like to make a cut. Use a pocket lighter, torch, candle, or campfire to heat this spot until it starts looking glossy and melted. Next, just use scissors or a knife to cut through the middle of this hardened, glossy section. Check for inner strands that aren’t fully melted and finish melting them with your heat source. This produces a cleaner end than simply cutting your cord and then sealing the cord with your heat source.
- 3- Heat up an old steak knife using a stove, torch, or campfire until it is glowing red hot. Use this knife to cut & seal the cord at the same time. This produces the cleanest, nicest seal out of all of the methods. You can also invest in a “hot knife” tool which will do the same thing. “Hot knife” tools are used for cutting professional climbing rope as well since it is such an effective method.
Working With the Inner Triple Strands.
To use the inner strands of your paracord, measure the length you will be needing and cut your cord with a knife or scissors. Do not seal the ends, instead, just grasp the inner strands and pull them out. The left-over sheath can still be useful for many other projects like bracelets, bull whips, pouches, and even supporting light loads.
Why YOU Need Some High Quality Paracord?
Because of the excellent properties and countless uses of parachute cord, it’s a sound investment in your safety and survival preparations. Any true prepper or survivalist will tell you to stock paracord in your home, bug out bag, car, toolbox, and anywhere else you keep emergency supplies. It was called “Mile-A-Minute” cord by the U.S. military during World War II because they “used a mile of it for every minute in the field”. The Military Grade Nylon used in our cord is truly a remarkable material that withstands the elements like no other. From cargo parachutes to quick fixes around the home to solving problems in the harshest environments on (and off) the planet, TOUGH-GRID® paracord will not let you down! We 100% Guarantee ALL TOUGH-GRID® paracord! Please contact us anytime and we’ll do all we can to be helpful to you. email@example.com or (435) 792-4380
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