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Strap case / strap box

August 8 2017 at 9:41 AM
BRIO1368  (Login BRIO1369)
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I'm looking for a new strapcase... So I'd like some advice where to order.
Must be made of leather and should keep minimum 14-18 straps for PAM.

Thanks in advance!

 
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DON
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173.33.211.102

Do a Google search - might find something (nt)

August 9 2017, 4:04 AM 

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BRIO1368
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155.55.60.110

Been there.....

August 9 2017, 9:25 AM 

..nt

 
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Pakal
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107.220.245.86

You would have to think outside the box

August 9 2017, 3:18 PM 

There are only few options from strap makers, but will not find anything that goes beyond 10 straps. And quite honestly they are pretty expensive (for their purpose, but yeah it's leather) For more you can buy a few cigar wooden boxes. Another option that seem to work well is to look for chef knife roll bag, and use those instead. There's plenty on Amazon.

 
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Mike
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108.21.228.40

Try these

August 9 2017, 10:30 PM 

Maybe a knife or tool roll. Not great for display but will organize

Or maybe check a jewelry supply website, they usually sell display cases and such

Personally I use a plastic storage bin with some holes poked in....read somewhere leather has to breathe.

Show us what you decide on
Mike...NYC. My collection so far is a 312 and some cool straps.

 
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Craig F
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170.131.1.20

I use plastic tackle boxes...

August 10 2017, 9:39 PM 

The ones with the little dividers, but the small dividers are not needed. Only fits two strap, maybe three oem, in each slot, but it works for me, for now. I'd like something different.

I think the best thing would be stacking trays. They would just be laid out on the flat surface. Something that would lock in stacked and fill well in a safe or drawer. If I still had my table saw I might just make some up.

-Craig F

 
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