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    where to buy paracord?


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    just a quick question...anyone got a favorite place to buy paracord?

    -Hunter

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    Your local army navy

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    I get mine from the Cabelas close to me and they have it on their website too. I got 100ft for $7, there's probably some cheaper places but 100 ft is enough for me and it's convenient.
    "Cutlery should be of the best steel obtainable. Knicks and dull edges are abominations, so use knives and hatchets for nothing but what they were made for, and whet them a little every day that they are in service."
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    I buy it at the local Army/Navy store for $8.97 a hank. I figure I could pay $7 a hank online, but I'd also have to pay shipping.

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    It's too bad that many Army/Navy stores have gone out of business. There's only one in town and the selection is pretty slim. Check your yellow pages.

    If you strike out, see http://www.twowolvesoutdoor.com/. I just received some from them in the mail today.

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    I usually get it from countycomm, but since the S&H can be a little much, it's best to pick up a few different items as well. Lots of interesting stuff.

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    I get mine from the owner of this site...One Stop Knife Shop. Help out the man every chance I can get!

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    one stop knife shop has bladeforums.com hats! haha
    i think i'll purchase there.
    thanks everyone.

    -Hunter

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    The owner is a member here on the forums and you get a 5% discount

    http://goinggear.com/index.php?main_...81bfd4f2f03eb4

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    My first purchase of paracord was a 300 feet spool from ebay. It was great. I've started to just buy 50 feet hanks of it from Paragon Sporting Goods here in NYC. 50 feet for 2-3 dollars. They have black and white cord, the black being 550 and the white not 550. They sell it on their site too and offer free shipping if you order like 50 dollars worth of stuff. 50 dollars in paracord anyone?

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    Supply Captain has a nice selection of colors. $7/100' or $48/1000' spools.

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    I got mine from gander mountain

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    Knives ship free has it and also can get some from going gear.com too

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    I get mine from Supply Captain. Good stuff, decent selection of colors, and one of the cheapest sources I've found, too. Super fast shipping.

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    Goingear

    They have 8 strand cord and a bunch of other neat stuff. Their misch metal/ferro rods are FLAMETHROWERS compared to other fire steels and I believe its free shipping.--KV

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    Quote Originally Posted by YayILikePie View Post
    I usually get it from countycomm, but since the S&H can be a little much, it's best to pick up a few different items as well. Lots of interesting stuff.
    +1 Great people to deal with as well.

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    I get mine from www.knivesshipfree.com

    100' for around $10 shipped. Nice selection of colors too.

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    I think www.twowolvesoutdoor.com has some too. pretty cheap.

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