Gear Tag - Corrections Officers Barbed Wire

First Responders

$ 12.95 
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Product Information

  • Great as a luggage tag but very cool to hang on your backpack, briefcase, range bag, golf bag, purse or whatever. It is a great way to have your bag stand out from all the others.
  • Contains up to 3' of super strong, AUTHENTIC, 550 test military spec paracord. This is not the same paracord you see sold in most stores. This is the same cordage used to rig military parachutes. It is the real deal.
  • In an emergency, unravel to deploy the paracord for your use. Make a tourniquet. Tie down a piece of equipment. Use it in however you need it.
  • If you use it in an emergency, we'll replace it for free in exchange for your story and the rights to publish it. All you pay is shipping.
  • The logo is affixed to a stainless military dog tag. It will not rust, fade or scratch. It is made to last.
  • Made in America.
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