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Diy webbing stuff. Slings, loops, etc..

Discussion in 'Do-It-Yourself & Gear Modifications' started by Peeveli, Mar 26, 2017.

  1. Peeveli

    Peeveli Loaded Pockets

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    Today I had some time to fiddle with some webbing. I made a universal sling for a bag, loops to keep your keys on belt, chest strap for back pack and id-card strap for work.
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  2. aasoverteakettle

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    What a great topic. I own a sewing machine which I pretty much use clothing repairs and making webbing items. My two most recent projects are a lightweight, roll top bag for my shotgun and a harness for xc skiing with my daughter (still in r&d phase, so it's a little rough still). I have added tons of loops and straps to backpacks. I don't like molle bags, so I just add my own straps where appropriate. (Please excuse the mess of my shop, it's small and I always have too much going on in there).
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  3. aasoverteakettle

    aasoverteakettle Loaded Pockets

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    Btw, these are great.


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  4. Peeveli

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    This is sort of webbing related because there is some of it in this diy. My S95 DPM pants were lacking a dedicated phone pocket. So I killed old DPM hood and made this pocket from it. You can pull the phone out with the webbing. [​IMG][​IMG]
     
  5. Peeveli

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    I have been looking for a reasonably priced bottle holder for my back pack without any good result. So I decided to make my own. [​IMG]
     
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