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Based on popular demand on our blog we decide to teach you how to build a good tape belt buckle !

We used some MECANO and a Communist belt to do it.

We only use glue to avoid the bolt to screw off, so it's a thing you can wear every day for years, no problem !

Leatherman for the win!<br>
I LIKE it! What is the music?
The music is from our last Mixtape : Rock'em Sock'em, you can download it for free, it's creative commons. The title is : Founasse - Resident Chambre 212 HERE : http://www.brigadeneurale.org/music/BN/RockemSockem/BNSPEED001.RockemSockem.zip OR WEBSITE : http://www.brigadeneurale.org
Thanks! I'll do that. And I'll have to make this as soon as I find a belt I can use.
Another question: What kind of belt is used, and how does it fasten? Thanks.
I found a Sovietic Belt in a Military Surplus, I used it for this buckle. The fastening system is quite simple, I don't really know how to explain simply, so I found pictures, I hope it'll speak to you. http://www.sovietarmystuff.com/Product_49_Soviet_Army_Uniform_Belt_with_Green_Star_Buckle.html The price on the website is for a vintage model, real one, you can find easily some copies for 2 $ or less, get several of them because it's the easiest way to make a buckle of anything :)
Ok. Thanks.
that is TIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!
Interesting (though not my style).<br />
&nbsp;outstanding

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