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By kwaldeier
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I've had so many of these crap out in me is not funny. They work great when they work. Right now the metal buckle with the olive green strap is my go to. I need a few more but can't find them. What do you guys use? I have 5 Browning strike forces :)

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I have some picnstick stands and some of there screw in mounts. Most of mine are connected with a python lock.
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when I want security, I get a lockbox and use python. when I want quick and easy.

I have used the following:

http://www.custom1enterprises.com/custo ... es_008.htm" target="_blank
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By csb
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I also have them with a 4" lag Screw where you can screw it right into a tree or fence post.
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By JB22
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I've had so many of these crap out in me is not funny. They work great when they work. Right now the metal buckle with the olive green strap is my go to. I need a few more but can't find them. What do you guys use? I have 5 Browning strike forces :)


http://www.strapworks.com/Spring_Buckle_Straps_s/49.htm" target="_blank" target="_blank" target="_blank" target="_blank" target="_blank

Here are the straps I use. I like the metal spring buckle over the metal cam buckle. You can choose your length, color and painted/unpainted buckles. Most of mine are olive drab and blend in really well. I have a few brown straps also. The heavyweight polypropylene is what I am using. No problems whatsoever with breaking these straps and they have been on trees many years and. Price/shipping is very reasonable.

Here is the cam buckle straps link. I have a few of these in HWP but the strap is a PITA to get started into the buckle.

http://www.strapworks.com/Metal_Cam_Straps_p/cs34h.htm" target="_blank" target="_blank" target="_blank
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By JB22
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Whats the difference between a metal spring buckle and a metal cam buckle ?

what would you call the ones that came with browning?


The jaw opens up more on the spring buckle than the cam buckle on the straps I have. Less fumbling around with the spring buckle in colder weather trying to get strap started. The spring buckle seems sturdier than the cam buckle but I have never had any problems with the cam buckle. I have a pic of them side by side but I don't know how to post pics anymore.
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By JB22
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Here are the two buckles. Top one is the cam buckle with olive drab strap(I painted the buckle)
Bottom is spring buckle with brown strap. Spring buckle was powder coated brown from strapworks for an additional 50 cents.
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By JB22
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This is a powder coated olive drab strap and buckle that is about 7yrs old. This cam buckle has better spacing for the strap to get started. At some point, strapworks changed the cam buckle and the newer buckles are not as nice as the earlier cam buckles.
All the straps are the heavy weight polypropylene.
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