This is a two-part video series where I go through the materials necessary and the actual construction of a Kydex holster.

<p>This is a great video. I've made one holster already, but now I'm inspired to make a concealed carry one like this. I have a couple questions if you don't mind. </p><p>How heavy is too heavy for a single belt loop? The Kel Tec PF9 is 0.75lbs unloaded. Mine is 2.25lbs. </p><p>How is the Kydex against the skin? Have you ever thought of lining the skin side with felt? </p><p>How is the draw if it's in a tucked shirt? </p><p>Your help is appreciated! </p><p>Thanks! </p>
<p>LOL @ 6:00</p>
<p>Oh ya, what size rivets and chicago screws are you using?</p>
<p>Thanks for doing this, I never would have thought to take on such a project, but you make it seem manageable enough. Although, as you mentioned I would like to see shorter vids, and preferably some more text. A few more specifics like how long you heat the stuff for and at what temp and such. But all in all very helpful and I think I might just give this a try.</p><p>Thanks again!</p>

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