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Hey guys, im mainly a lurker but i need some help with my new pack. Its a coyote tan bag with the MOLLE webbing pretty much everwhere, and im wondering if theres a way to securely fasten gear that only has a belt loop using paracord or something.

At the moment i have so much real estate open for MOLLE stuff, because i have no gear made to attach to it. Ill probably end up getting a few small pouches made for it later, but is there a quick and dirty way to attach some stuff for now?
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You can get Alice clips to pin on your stuff. Velcro loops, zip ties. They make mollie pouches in all sorts of shapes.
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I had a set of 6 Blackhawk Speed Clips and used 4 of them to create a belt loop adapter.

Use 2 of the speed clips vertically leaving an empty loop between them. Place the belt loop equipped sheath/holster/pouch in the empty space. Weave the other 2 speed clips horizontally through the vertical speed clips & the belt loops.

It makes for a very solid mount. You can get real creative with PALS webbing.

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Kifaru has what they call a holster adapter that would work. A little spendy.

http://www.kifaru.net/gunbearer_mil.html

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Quick is zip ties.

Here's some pics of MOLLE and PALS webbing:
http://tucsonpictures.com/Gear-012-Gear_Attachments.php
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Thanks for the link
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There is also what you can find as a "MOLLE KBAR adapter" that is great for a lot of stuff. It's dual MOLLE on the back and wide overlapping velcro flaps on the front. I use one for a knife and another for a small axe. usually abourt $3 each or less in quantities.
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There is also what you can find as a "MOLLE KBAR adapter" that is great for a lot of stuff. It's dual MOLLE on the back and wide overlapping velcro flaps on the front. I use one for a knife and another for a small axe. usually abourt $3 each or less in quantities.
Dude, those are the shiite!!!! I have been looking for that exact type of item! Now I have a way to attach any belt loop item to my molle pack. Thanks!
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