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The torso-facing side has both hook and loop adhering the insert to that side. The outer side of the pouch however, does not have any loop (soft side) to adhere the hook face that is attached to the insert. This creates a non-adhesive gap between outer face of the insert and the pouch – seems attached enough, just not sure if this was intended?
Sweet monkey balls, what’s your point man? That’s how the rig is designed. The Kydex comes with Velcro on both sides, but we felt it was not needed on both sides of the pouch. Anything else? You want customer service…..? Not from me, you old bastard!
(tone does not convey well in a post, but Veritas knows me, so how about this):
The reason is because it is not needed. We put Velcro on both side during R&D only to find it is not needed. After hundreds of times taking mags out and putting them back in, I have never once had an insert even budge. The rig is more flexible without that piece of Velcro. In other words,it is not there by design.
Good observation. We appreciate the YouTube vid. Please send us a link when it is done.
When I receive the Kydex from the individual who makes them for us. There is Velcro on both sides. It is needed for the Versa. It just makes our lives easier to put the hook on both sides of the Kydex and not worry about it. That way we are not sorting inserts for Versa and all other rigs. Streamlines out process.
If you would like to send it to Max, he will gladly take the Velcro off of one side for you.
Well fuck me for attention to detail I guess! Like I said, the insert seemed totally stable without the front velcro. I guess the gap can be used for storage – condoms and such.
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