Gruntline™ Multifunctional Elastic Cord
Versatile Utility Line with Hundreds of Armed Forces Uses
Tactical gear needs to be versatile in order to earn its place in your rucksack. When you need a single piece of gear that serves hundreds of uses, turn to the Gruntline™ multifunctional elastic cord by McNett® Tactical. Gruntline is a flexible utility line that stretches up to 7 ft. This braided cord holds up to 20 lbs. and is ideal for use as a lanyard, clothesline, tie-down strap, pack strap—you name it.
Plus, Gruntline has a wide array of medical uses including arm sling, I.V. support and tourniquet. You’ll find more uses for this high-performance utility line than any other piece of gear.
So ditch the dangerous bungee cords and grab this indispensable tool. Trust us—you’ll be glad you grabbed a Gruntline by McNett Tactical.
- Elastic Cord Offers Hundreds of Uses for Armed Services
- Braided Utility Line Holds Up To 20 lbs.
- Flexible Line Stretches Up To 7 ft.
- Attaches To Itself or Other Objects
- Holds Maps, Photos, Flashlights, Clothing, Water Bottles, Helmets, MREs and GPS Devices
- Use as a Clothesline, Tie-Down Strap, Foxhole Line, Camouflage Holder, Belt or Retention Line
- Emergency Uses Include I.V. Support, Arm Sling, Water Drip Line, Animal Snare or Sling Shot
- Constructed of Natural Dry Rubber
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Camino de Santiago Hike
The Gruntline was recommended about a week before I left in September to hike the Camino de Santiago...by a friend that had hiked the Camino earlier this year. It was a great recommendation...because often it wasn't possible to put up line outside using paracord due to winds, weather, etc. The Gruntline worked great to stretch between just about anything in the Pilgrim Hostels to allow clothes to dry. After reaching Santiago de Compostela, Spain, in driving rain that completely soaked thru everything, I used the Gruntline to dry clothes by a radiator...jury rigged between a chair back and the knob on a night stand drawer about 5 feet away!!!
I am certainly glad I had it along for the hike, as it was light, compact and provided a lot of ways to improvise ingenuity!