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Allen Ambidextrous Belt Holster, Holster Size: 01

SKU # 119779399
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The Allen Ambidextrous Belt Holster features a secure thumb break closure and magazine pouch with an adjustable flap closure.

  • With a nylon outer shell and smooth Endura lining for a quick draw, this holster also comes with a spring steel belt clip that fits belts up to 1.5 in. wide
  • Right- or left-handed
  • 1 year limited warranty

Note: This product may require up to 2 additional days for order processing prior to shipping

Specification Description
Brand: Allen
Package Height: 2 in.
Package Length: 5-1/2 in.
Package Width: 9-1/8 in.
Product Height: 2-1/8 in.
Product Length: 5-3/8 in.
Product Width: 9-1/8 in.
Product Type: Gun Holsters
Package Weight: 0.4 lb.
Manufacturer Part Number 44501

I can not figure out how to put this together.. What is the strap trap adjustment tool and how is it used? When I draw the pistol the holster comes with the gun and separates from the clip which is left on my belt.

Asked by: Lyle74
From the vendor: "The flat plastic adjustment tool should be placed between the female Velcro and the male Velcro that is on the plastic snap-strap. The purpose of the adjustment tool is to prevent the Velcro from attaching to itself before you have inserted the strap deep enough. Once the snap gets inserted to the position of your choosing, remove the plastic adjustment tool-while holding the snap strap in place. Perform this for both sides and adjust to fit the proper depth of the backstrap/hammer area of your firearm."
Answered by: TSCJenny
Date published: 2019-03-21
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