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Paracord Fire Starter

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All of the reliability, convenience, and flexibility of paracord, with an added fire starting benefit.  SGT KNOTS is the creator of the original "fire cord," with an inner strand of natural jute fiber sheathed with the standard seven strands of paracord.  Naturally flammable and quick drying, this jute can be used as tinder to start a fire even if it gets wet.  There is not an additive that can wash away and ruin the fire-starting properties of this cord, no smelly mineral oil, no extra mess or fuss (at a fraction of the cost of the smelly stuff!).  When you need a fire fast, a short length of this cord will help you get it started no matter what.

The design is simple:  a standard seven-strand paracord in nylon sheathing, with the simple addition of natural-fiber jute twinean addition that doesn't diminish the capabilities of your paracord in the slightest, and that gives you access to emergency tinder or kindling whenever you need it.  Simply peel back the sheathing, remove as much of the jute as you need, and use your lighter or waterproof matches to get the jute going.

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  • Lengths:  50ft, 100ft, 200ft, and 1000ft
  • Colors:  Black, Blaze Orange, OD Green, Tan

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