Author Topic: Great way to Support the Wounded Warriors without being in LODI!  (Read 285 times)

Offline LadyVetch

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BellRinger - Wisconsin's 13 year old Junior IIT is custom making paracord survival bracelets with the proceeds going to the Wounded Warriors

Colors available for this promotion include - Black, Olive Green, Purple and Purple & Black.  These are made with Military Spec 550 Paracord.  Each bracelet uses around 12ft of cord (depending on size) and has numerous uses.  And the bracelets look awesome too.

The Purple ones in the picture are made with the serpentine knot, which is thinner and more delicate looking that is awesome for the Women Appleseeders.  The Black and OD ones in the picture are made using a Cobra Knot, which creates a thicker, more rugged looking bracelet.   The Cobra is the standard knot used for paracord bracelets worn by our troops.

If you would like to order a custom made bracelet, please PM BellRinger on the forum or e-mail with your wrist measurement (he will add in "ease" to your measurement so please just send your actual wrist size) and color choice (Black, Olive Drab Green, Purple or Purple & Black) and Knot style (serpentine or cobra). 

To Order:    
Payment ($15 ea includes shipping) can be made using paypal or check/money order.  When he receives your order, he will forward the address on where to mail the check or paypal account.

Then please PM BellRinger or e-mail and complete the following:

e-mail address:

Wrist Size (Actual measurement):
Color Choice (Black, OD Green, Purple, Purple & Black):
Knot Choice (Serpentine or Cobra):

Payment option (check or paypal):

Thanks for considering purchasing from BellRinger and supporting our Wounded Warriors.  Let BellRinger know if you have any questions and of course, satisfaction is 100% guaranteed.

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Offline Roland

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Re: Great way to Support the Wounded Warriors without being in LODI!
« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2012, 09:57:28 PM »
PM sent! And a bump, because this deserves more attention!
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Re: Great way to Support the Wounded Warriors without being in LODI!
« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2012, 10:58:15 PM »
They are really pretty cool.  The thing I like the best about the bracelet is if you are in a jam,  you have 12 ft of para cord with you always.  Not many items of flare have a practical purpose like this one does.
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