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We just launched but we're already getting some great attention from industry professionals!

I'm happy to announce the formation of the SpoolTool Giveaway!

The Spool Tool is a simple multifunctional device that holds up to 100 ft. of 550 Paracord. This multifunctional compact device it is used for storing, cutting, measuring, and finishing Paracord and other rope, cord, line, string, and twine. The Spool Tool is 100% made in the U.S.A. Tricorne is an LLC based out of San Diego, CA and is a veteran owned and family operated business.
Spool Tool Features:
Can be Purchased with 100% Nylon, Type III, Commercial Paracord
Lenox Standard Utility Blade (Replaceable): Shatter Proof, Titanium Nitrite Coated
All Stainless Steel Hardware including Spare Nut and Screw
2 Paracord Attachment Points
Holder for Mini-BIC Lighter
8 Burn Slots with Various Sizing to Accommodate Different Thickness of Cord
Carabineer/Lanyard Hole
American Made - Built and Designed for a Lifetime of Use

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We are giving away two (2) SpoolTools. One (1) Standard without paracord, and the (1) Grand Prize, a SpoolTool with 100ft of E.L. Wood.

Entry:

Enter one of your completed projects to our Paracord Projects section.

http://www.paracordforum.com/paracord-projects/

It can be anything from the knot you've been working on to the hammock you made.

Drawing:

We will close this thread on September 29th and hold a drawing on September 30th. We will select two winners who will have 24 hours to claim their prize. If the winners do not claim within 24 hours, we will redraw until a winner has claimed.


No purchase necessary. To enter by mail send full name, address, phone number to Paracord Forum PO BOX 911 San Marcos, Texas 78667. Entries must be received by September 29th, 2013. Void where prohibited. Free shipping to anywhere in the lower USA excluding Alaska and Hawaii. Winner subject to International shipping and custom fees.
 

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So if you're a n00b to Paracord, and could use a cool tool like this to help you get started, you can't enter the giveaway because you're a n00b and haven't gotten started?!
 

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I believe it has to be made with paracord and it doesn't matter if its military grade or not.
 

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I posted one not paracord but the best I had.

I was lucky to find some Braided Nylon Cord of several thickness' to play with.
The smaller sizes are great for use with a Knitting Spool.
Saw it on Stormdrains Blog.
 

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The reason I ask is I have to buy some to make something. I'm just real new here.
I may have to watch and learn.
Go buy some online and make something. Working with paracord is fun and addictive.
 
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