More fun with Kydex

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    More fun with Kydex

    My boss asked me if I could make a Don Hume Waistband Clip-On Holster tuckable with a J-clip..

    Here are the results....



    Also made it have settable cant..



    And he can now adjust the ride height..



    I went a little wide on the J-clip hoping it will give more stability..

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    Nice work.
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    Excellent.
    Its always great to see how others do it.
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    southbound. You have a good head on your shoulders. Nice job.
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    Thanks folks!!

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    You should get a raise now.
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    Southbound

    DUDE THAT IS COOL!!

    Can't wait to see the work first hand.

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    Soon as that blue gun get here I'll hook you up..

    Still want it like the one we discussed??

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    Nice job, very talented.

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    Hey man, hook me up with what we discussed! I dig your gear.

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    Great job! I think you could make a little side cash with your skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by B52 View Post
    Great job! I think you could make a little side cash with your skills.
    That's becoming my intention..

    Now if I only could stop buying holsters long enough to get some blue guns

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    That's something that would sell!
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    Good job! A little advice - use a rubber washer between your two pieces of kydex to allow a bit more room for the shirt to fit and also to add some friction so they don't spin around that chicago screw you use to keep them together.
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    Thanks!!!

    Rubber will help with the parts moving some but what I use and did use one this are external star washers. They lock it all in place. No worries of anything slipping...

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