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Is there a way to create a holster of some sort so you could attach a LEGO pistol to the side of a minifig, around the hips?

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    You could use a piece of coloured paper and some glue/tape to make one to wedge between the torso and legs, similar to these kind of skirts. – Matthew Jensen Mar 3 at 1:25
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It's kinda chunky, but the best I can come up with is 42446 + 2555:

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It would leave a half-plate gap on one side if they only have 1 holster though, but at-least you keep the regular minifig legs.

NOTE: This probably wouldn't be considered a "legal" connection, due to the semi-octagonal shape of the leg connectors. It's definitely possible to put these pieces together, but it puts a bit of strain on the ring of the thin piece.

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    Just call the gap "the belt buckle." – Davidw Mar 4 at 1:06
  • Wow looks fantastic, but the neck holes might be too small to fit onto the minifigure leg studs (which are square-ish). – Pubby Mar 4 at 5:08
  • @Pubby Great question! I had to build it in real life to check on this. It kinda fits, but puts a bit of strain on the piece. – Alexander O'Mara Mar 4 at 5:34
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Three 1x1 plates, two 1x1 round bricks, and one 1x1 plate with clip.

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    It's also possible to do this with regular legs, even if it's not strictly "legal" - there will be an unsightly gap between the legs and holster. – Milo P Mar 3 at 19:04

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