Removing Sinoma bronze buckle question

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    Question Removing Sinoma bronze buckle question

    Quick question on the Sinoma buckle.
    I attempted to remove it and it is very secure. There are two screw head ends. Is one a false head? Or do you have to unscrew each side? Are they Loc-tited ?
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    Re: Removing Sinoma bronze buckle question

    No loc-tite, they are just like the Anonimo screw set; one short female sleeve, and one long pin with threads at the end.They are tight only on the first release. While this information is true of the three Simona buckles I have (26, 24 and 22mm), I can only assume, with no certainty, that it would be the same for yours. Be sure to use the right width and thickness screwdrivers for the screw heads, and be very level on when applying pressure--the copper used in the screws is a bit softer that the Anonimo steel screws. Good luck!
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