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Hi guys,

Hoping someone can help me assemble the holster on his chest rig.

I'm not sure how the piece between the holster and chest rig goes on and at a position to keep the pistol at an angle.

From SS's site:



My pieces:



Thanks!
 

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Steve,

The flat side of the mounting bracket goes against the vest.
It's upside down and back to front in your photo, for mounting purposes.
The holster will probably require its mounting pins to be made smaller as they never fit in the bracket, a spot of superglue helps, too.
 

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Has to sit like this, then push the holster for your desired position by the 3 pins to the available holes. Hope this helps.
 

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Hey Steve. Here's some pics that will hopefully help you.

In the first pic you can use the red holes to mount the holster at an angle or the blue ones for a horizontal mount.

In the second pic you can see how to get the "fingers" started into the molles.

Once you get them started just work them in a little at a time until the straps

pass over the hooks on the fingers. You might have to use a small flat head

screwdriver to help get then straps in place. Also you may have to drill out the

holes on the bracket to get holster pins to go in the holes. I had to drill the holes

out on this bracket to get the holster to mount up in the third pic.
 

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These are a pain in the ... to mount, I always seem to break them. The pins on serpa holsters always seem to snap too. I wish some company would make sturdier holsters. I would buy twenty of them.
 

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I usually drill the holes to make them bigger, making the pins insertion easier then glue them if necessary. I think the paint is making the holes smaller.
 

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Oh my goodness! Thank you guys so much! All the tips worked! Took maybe 20 minutes. Would have been faster but the stitching on one of the molles was a little off so bit of a challenge to get one "finger" inside it while the other 3 lined up. Surgical tweezers are a must for this hobby!

I ended up making the holes a bit too big so I used a touch of super glue.

Thanks again! Back to assembling...
 
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