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Bracelet, Survival - On Sale
 
Bracelet, Survival - On Sale
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    Code: BR/36
    Price: $5.00
     
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    These parachute 550 cord bracelets are made for us by a Cherokee craftsman and may be ordered in any two color combination. They are available in three lengths. Custom made, so order early and allow extra time.

    Originally worn for the easy access to a source of long cord in a survival situation, these bracelets have come to have a deeper meaning. First they were used to signify deployment in Middle Eastern countries, then this expanded to all deployments, then to military families and today, in addition to the above, they are made in colors signifying school colors, cancer awareness and many other affiliations.
    These make a very meaningful Gifts.

    Loosening one end gives you cord for hundreds of emergency uses. Examples are lashing together a makeshift shelter, building snares or traps, fishing line or material for a gill net, a tourniquet or a makeshift sling or splint.



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