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No.6 Bank Line - 1lb. Roll (7717041665)

No.6 Bank Line - 1lb. Roll

Tarred Twisted Nylon Twine - 1 lb. spool contains approximately 3300 feet with a 50 lb. breaking strength. This twine is especially black treated and dried before it's put on a reusable plastic spool. It has many advantages over twine treated by "spool dunking." It is uniformly and deeply coated from one end to the other - no "zebra stripes" or tar globs to come off on your hands. It's dry, easy-to-tie, and holds knots well.

Order can take up to 3 business days to process through our warehouse. During high volume time, it could be up to 6 business days. All transit times are based on once your order ships.

WITHIN UNITED STATES:

We offer the following options:

  • Standard Shipping - average transit time is 5 to 10 business days; however, most arrive in 5 to 7 business days.
  • UPS Ground - average transit 1-5 business days

OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES:

Shipping charges DO NOT INCLUDE any duties, taxes, and/or import fees impost by your country's custom and/or clearance offices.

We offer the following services to most areas:

  • UPS Standard to Canada - average transit 1 to 3 business days
  • UPS Worldwide Expedited - average transit 2 to 5 business days
  • UPS Worldwide Express - average transit 1 to 3 business days
  • DHL Express - average transit 1 to 6 business days
  • USPS First Class (CANADA ONLY) - average transit 1 to 4 weeks
  • USPS Priority Mail (CANADA ONLY) - average transit 6 to 10 business days

 

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No.6 Bank Line - 1lb. Roll

$17.50 USD

SKU:1322

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No.6 Bank Line - 1lb. Roll

Tarred Twisted Nylon Twine - 1 lb. spool contains approximately 3300 feet with a 50 lb. breaking strength. This twine is especially black treated and dried before it's put on a reusable plastic spool. It has many advantages over twine treated by "spool dunking." It is uniformly and deeply coated from one end to the other - no "zebra stripes" or tar globs to come off on your hands. It's dry, easy-to-tie, and holds knots well.

Order can take up to 3 business days to process through our warehouse. During high volume time, it could be up to 6 business days. All transit times are based on once your order ships.

WITHIN UNITED STATES:

We offer the following options:

  • Standard Shipping - average transit time is 5 to 10 business days; however, most arrive in 5 to 7 business days.
  • UPS Ground - average transit 1-5 business days

OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES:

Shipping charges DO NOT INCLUDE any duties, taxes, and/or import fees impost by your country's custom and/or clearance offices.

We offer the following services to most areas:

  • UPS Standard to Canada - average transit 1 to 3 business days
  • UPS Worldwide Expedited - average transit 2 to 5 business days
  • UPS Worldwide Express - average transit 1 to 3 business days
  • DHL Express - average transit 1 to 6 business days
  • USPS First Class (CANADA ONLY) - average transit 1 to 4 weeks
  • USPS Priority Mail (CANADA ONLY) - average transit 6 to 10 business days

 

Customer Reviews

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Richard Styron (Mississippi, United States)
Sewing line

The best for sewing canvas and fixing gear that I have found!!! Can't be beat. I have old alice pack from the 70's that need some reports. Canteen cover, belts, tarps & other survival gear. Thank for being a handed company

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Steve (Ohio, United States)

Great quality cordage. Nice for smaller jobs so you don’t have to break down your larger bank line.

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David Minton

No.6 Bank Line - 1lb. Roll

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David Holden (Oklahoma, United States)
Great product

Great addition to our bushcraft gear. Very strong line for securing. Fast shipping will order again.

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James Weems
Sewing

It’s really thin sewing line. Better for cloth than leather. # 12 Would be better for sewing leather, which is what #36 is made up of. Maybe net making or fishing? Never tried, but plan 2

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