Just cracked open the 2nd printing of Talon by GMT Games (unboxing forthcoming) in preparation for some solo play with Talon 1000 (unboxing forthcoming). There aren’t many counters/markers for this game. Certainly not enough to warrant a full GMT tray for sorting them. So, I would create one of my modular trays for this purpose.
The first step was to punch them and sort them (might round them later with the Oregon Laminations 2.5mm Deluxe — the only tool for the job!) to determine how large a tray this one might need. In this case, the counters would fit easily in 10 wells (with dividers), so a two-module tray would be required.
I also wanted a custom lid to go with the game, so using the PDF of the two-module tray lid (included with the download) I created a template in Photoshop, snagged the box art and sized to to be the size of the lid. I used a little overlap to accommodate any margin of error on the cutting, but it turned out pretty even.
After folding and assembling the two modules along with their five-well dividers, I was able (with the help of four 3-compartment well dividers) arrange the counters in a 1/2 size GMT-style tray ready to store in the box or use directly on the table.