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    Militare straps

    Ok, I've seen Stone Creek and Toshi. Who else makes a good Militare strap?

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    Re: Militare straps

    Try Jason and Sharon (JnS). I have some straps from them and they are very good. Now they are making me a strap (Italian calf) for my Dual Time. Will show pictures when ready.

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    Re: Militare straps

    Rob aka thestrapsmith makes excellent straps as well. Im fixing to have him make one for my militare. I will need to send him a factory strap for him to know how to make the bottom strap though. He is very competent and does fantastic work.

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    As promised here are the photos

    I received the strap from Jason's during the week end. I like it a lot, and I will let the pictures to talk for themselves so anyone can form his opinion.

    The really nice touch was that the first making was not of Jason's liking (because the cut at the lugs was too deep into the strap) who then worked overnight to make me a new strap, and gave me both (the one he did not consider well done, and the one portrayed in the photos). Speaking about costumer service...

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    Re: As promised here are the photos

    I did my own. It's really not that hard. This is a Glycine strap and I just lightly traced the cutout from the Kodiak onto it and then used a square exacto knife blade as a punch. It's a little risky I guess but it turned out fine. Really opens up your strap options too.

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    Re: As promised here are the photos

    Quote Originally Posted by midshipman01 View Post
    I did my own. It's really not that hard. This is a Glycine strap and I just lightly traced the cutout from the Kodiak onto it and then used a square exacto knife blade as a punch. It's a little risky I guess but it turned out fine. Really opens up your strap options too.

    What size is the strap ?
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    Anonimo Militare 2004


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