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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    Quote Originally Posted by corn18 View Post
    Cool idea! Just picked up 3 from Amazon.
    Quote Originally Posted by Knives and Lint View Post
    ... I ordered a couple off Amazon for about twice the WM price, but still well worth it.
    I have tried other stuff to put my mess in order but still messy. Great idea!!

    Would you folks mind to share your link to Amazon? The Amazon site I found reads: "Usually ships in 2 to 5 months" No way José!

    I can't find it at Walmart either. Thanks in advance!

    Thanks BrandonR for sharing. Kool!
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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    Quote Originally Posted by Intrepid04 View Post
    I have tried other stuff to put my mess in order but still messy. Great idea!!

    Would you folks mind to share your link to Amazon? The Amazon site I found reads: "Usually ships in 2 to 5 months" No way José!

    I can't find it at Walmart either. Thanks in advance!

    Thanks BrandonR for sharing. Kool!

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    I hunted around, and this is what I found.

    Amazon's too expensive, at $9 each - they bundle shipping costs with Prime items, and it doesn't look like there's a discount for multiples. 5 would cost me $45.

    Cabela's $3 item is the shorter 2009 box, which is 7" instead of 12". The 3009 is $5, with free shipping to a Cabelas store or $6 shipping to my zip. 5 would be $31 plus shipping.
    Flambeau® 3009 Tuff Tainer® Storage Box : Cabela's

    TackleDirect has them for $5, and economy shipping is $4, with 5 costing $29. Faster shipping is $6, making it the same as Cabelas.
    Flambeau 3009 Tuff Tainer Long | TackleDirect

    I went ahead and pulled the trigger on 5 from TackleDirect.
    Last edited by MaxIcon; January 19th, 2017 at 17:22.

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    This is what I use.

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    $15 - the usual 20% coupon at Harbor Freight: Toolbox Organizer with 4 Drawers
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhodgins View Post
    This is what I use.

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    $15 - the usual 20% coupon at Harbor Freight: Toolbox Organizer with 4 Drawers
    I like this, what a great way to keep things organized.

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    I could really use one of these, thanks for sharing this idea

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    Neat! Thanks for sharing.

    Why did the idea of tackle boxes never cross my mind? Time to head down to the nearest fishing supply store.

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    great idea!

    walmart.com has them for under 4 bucks, so I grabbed 4. they arent in stock, but they do a "pickup in store" for free, and it takes a few days before they get in.

    thanks!

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    I never thought of this, good idea

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