While getting some stuff around last night for this weekends Trace Armory Group pistol/carbine class, I wanted to add a small “boo boo kit” to my HSGI Suregrip belt. Low and behold I did not have any MOLLE locks, or other MOLLE attachment pieces around the house.
I came up with a really stupid simple solution, that is easy to weave, easy to make, and easy to detach. It is so simple in fact, that I really hope that I’m not the first person to come up with something like this. Basically, I took a piece of scrap kydex off of the garage floor, cut it into a 1″ wide strip, and heated, and folded it in half. Leaving one end of the clip a little longer than the other end made weaving it a little easier, than the first one I made that had both legs the same length.
I recently started shooting some more “tactical” styled matches, and I am planning on taking some training courses this year, so I wanted to put together a padded belt system to use for matches, and training so I could keep everything together, and in the same place for all the shooting I do.
I have a couple friends who are running the VTAC Brokos belt, and they are fantastic belt systems, especially with the ability to loop the inner belt out to place a regular holster onto the belt, without any sort of MOLLE attachment. One friend complained about not being able to bridge the sections with a MOLLE item, and the other said it was not a problem on his belt. My reason for not going with the VTAC belt, is that I do not have hips, and I was concerned with the belts ability to stay in place [...]