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Fit the loose ends of the straps through the underside of the buckles. The reason I’m feeding through the underside instead of the topside is a because after you find the exact spot you want the holster positioned on the leg, you’ll have to be able to pull the straps tight before gluing.
****** After placing the holster on the leg, I’m going to show how to connect it to a pistol belt. It’s actually a lot easier to accomplish this with the holster not attached to the leg, so if you want, you can come back to this part later. ******
After gluing a strap to the last remaining buckle, using the previous method, I slide an end through the top opening on the holster. Be sure to slide it in so that when the buckle is flipped over, the detailed side will be facing out.
Now feed another strap through the topside of the buckle. Glue, flip, pinch, and snip excess.
We’d like to thank Giga Bread for sharing this step-by-step tutorial, and for his contributions to the world of Joe customizing.
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