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Discussion in 'Do-It-Yourself & Gear Modifications' started by zenlunatic, Jan 7, 2015.

  1. zenlunatic

    zenlunatic Loaded Pockets

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    I've been off EDC forums for a long time but I'm an old timer. I was wondering if anyone could give me a place to buy paracord hardware. I've been out of the mix for a while but I'm looking to make some dog leashes.
     
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  2. Cobra 6 Actual

    Cobra 6 Actual Loaded Pockets

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    The two I've used are Sgt. Knots and Paracord Galaxy.
     
  3. MartialArtist

    MartialArtist Loaded Pockets

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    same here, great places.
     
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  4. baccar-3

    baccar-3 Loaded Pockets

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    Supply Captain.
     
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  5. T.H.Cone

    T.H.Cone I am senor Fluffy, hear me roar

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    +1 and Survival-Pax
     
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  6. zenlunatic

    zenlunatic Loaded Pockets

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    Thanks for all the responses. I guess I should be clear I'm looking more for metal hardware more than cordage. I know those site sell hardware too but I just want to be clear for new responses.
     
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  7. atilano

    atilano Loaded Pockets

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    Try Amazon. They have tons of paracord accessories.


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  8. Stutz

    Stutz EDC Junkie

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    StrapWorks

    No minimum order.

    They also have a subsidiary called "Moose Pet Wear" that makes custom leashes and stuff.
     
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  9. BurningTheDayAway

    BurningTheDayAway Loaded Pockets

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    paracord planet
    unique titanium
     
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  10. AK Adventurer

    AK Adventurer Ice, Ice, Tigre

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    Just a FYI for you guys, you should leave the .com off of your recamendations, since links are banned here, that is technically posting a link and will get you/your post deffinate moderator attention. :cool:
     
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  11. BurningTheDayAway

    BurningTheDayAway Loaded Pockets

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    Thanks, totally spaced. Fixed
     
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  12. Stutz

    Stutz EDC Junkie

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    fixed
     
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  13. Rasthor

    Rasthor Loaded Pockets

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    Lotta guys get their stuff from fleabay, too.
     
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    tattoosteve99 EDC Junkie!!!

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    unique ti and strap works, both great places
     
  15. BlueTrain

    BlueTrain Loaded Pockets

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    I don't know anything about the hardware but I recommend using something besides paracord, although everything else is more expensive. Anyhow, the so-called paracord (the green nylon braided stuff) is fine as far as strength goes but it will run if it gets wet. That means you won't want to use it for a clothesline. Also, it's easier to see at night so you can use it to mark a short trail. I buy white. Really good cord in all sorts of colors can be had at a good outdoor store, especially one that sells climbing equipment. But get the cheap stuff if you're going to cut it up in little pieces.