This is a discussion on 2000 ft of 750 Mil Spec paracord within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Well, ya said farm so I took a stab. Again, you are correct, Sir. Just your basic F150 crew cab littered with dog hair....
Again, you are correct, Sir. Just your basic F150 crew cab littered with dog hair.Well, ya said farm so I took a stab.
Last edited by Marica; 08-13-2019 at 06:42 PM.
It makes great work boot laces. They only last about 6 months or a year, but at the price, who cares?
The stuff is pretty stretchy. As I recall, you are located in New Jersey so you might consider making a slingshot to shoot all of the muslims back to New York...
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I keep plenty of paracord on hand and in my trucks GHB's. It comes in handy at times. Don't buy the knock off crap.
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The mil spec used for years was 550 Mil-Spec . 750 mil spec must be at least offered as a stronger version. I was unaware the military had issued a standard for it. 550 cord is said to have breaking strength, sometimes in excess of 550 pounds.
Often lower quality commercial stuff is passed off as mil spec.
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Just wanted to add, may not be applicable, but worked with hoists, both electric and mechanical had inspectors come in to certify them. They would check stuff like link stretch of the chain, etc. Bottom line due to liability all hoists of current manufacture, last 20 years, are proofed at 1 1/2 times rated capacity. Sort of like proof testing a barrel. They're good for way more. Explains why Mil vehicles look way over built.
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