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    My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    I decided that I needed to do something to organize my growing collection of Nato straps. I came across these Flambeau 3009UM Umbrella Rig storage tackle boxes for under $4 each at Walmart. With the dividers removed, each has 3 compartments that are the perfect length for Nato straps to be stored flat. I've got one box for 20mm and one for 22mm straps. My apologies if this has been posted before, but I just wanted to pass this along in case others were looking for a cheap and effective storage idea.

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    Cool tip man, thanks.

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    Very nice and tidy! Going to have to look for something like that now...

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    Good idea !


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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    Me likey. Great idea.

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    Cool idea! Just picked up 3 from Amazon.

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    Mind sharing the amazon link?

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    Hmmmm I may need to take one of my planos from my tackle and do this

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    Brilliant. Just ordered one. Thanks for the tip!

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    Re: My Solution for Nato Strap Storage

    Huge thanks to the OP for posting this! Not only are they ideal for NATO straps, but they are also great for strap storage in general. You can use the dividers to store spring-bars, tools, buckles, etc. They are even compact enough to throw in a suitcase for travel. A good quality product made in the US as well. I ordered a couple off Amazon for about twice the WM price, but still well worth it.

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