Jet Black is a 550 paracord that is a solid jet black color
This 550 Paracord is a glossy, solid black color
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Midnight blue 550 paracord is a solid midnight blue color. Made in USA.
This 550 paracord is a solid white color and has a glossy finish.
3" stainless steel lacing needle or fid for 425 & 275 Paracord. The...
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This 550 paracord is a bright, solid, purple color with a glossy finish.
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3" stainless steel lacing needle or...
3" stainless steel lacing needle or fid for 425 & 275 Paracord. The diameter of the threaded hole in this lacing needle is approximately 3mm.
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For 425 and 275 Paracord
3" stainless steel, round-end paracord lacing needle. Also known as a "fid". This is a great tool for creating your paracord projects. The smooth, round-end prevents the needle from snagging as you weave your paracord project. The back end of the paracord lacing needle is hollow and threaded to securely hold the paracord.
To attach the lacing needle to 425 or 275 paracord, simply cut the paracord and melt the end (shape the melted end as needed). Press the melted end into the hollow end of the lacing needle and twist the needle clockwise. The internal threads of the lacing needle will bite into the melted end and hold the paracord in place.
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