Looking for "Double Back" Buckle

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andrew87001
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Looking for "Double Back" Buckle

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Howzit, just trying my luck...
Does anyone have a retired/ broken harness with a double back style buckle up for grabs by any chance? I am just after the metallic part, it is not going to be used for climbing or repair of working gear.

Based in CT.

Thank you in advance,
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Re: Looking for "Double Back" Buckle

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PMed you, but it seems to be stuck in my outbox.
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Wes wrote: Thu Sep 13, 2018 9:27 am PMed you, but it seems to be stuck in my outbox.
It is not stuck there. The outbox is where messages go before they are read by the person receiving the pm. Once it has been read by the recipient the pm will be moved to the sent box. this allows you to edit or delete the message before it has been read if need be :)
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Re: Looking for "Double Back" Buckle

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Justin wrote: Thu Sep 13, 2018 9:29 am
Wes wrote: Thu Sep 13, 2018 9:27 am PMed you, but it seems to be stuck in my outbox.
It is not stuck there. The outbox is where messages go before they are read by the person receiving the pm. Once it has been read by the recipient the pm will be moved to the sent box. this allows you to edit or delete the message before it has been read if need be :)
Cool feature. Maybe we can make a note at the top of the outbox that explains this. Otherwise it is confusing as the outbox is usually a place to store messages before they are sent.
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