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Dog Tag Key Fob

Survival Straps

$ 19.95 
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Survival StrapsTM Dog Tag Key Fob

Our Dog Tag Key Fobs are incredible.  We build them with approximately 6 feet of paracord and a small ring on one end.  Then we attach a 1" key ring to this small ring.  This allows the key fob to lay flat while in a pocket.

Dog Tag Instructions:

Put whatever you would like on the custom embossed dog tag. We use genuine military spec stainless steel dog tags on all of our gear. They are the real deal!  We can emboss up to 5 lines of text and 15 characters per line. The available characters are as follows:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 0123456789 & ' , . - / ( ) @ * + - ! ? " :


You can Use the custom text for things like:

Military ID
Personal inscriptions
Kids Names
Favorite sayings
Remembrance bracelets
Medical ID information
Bible verses
Anniversary Dates

Colors

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