Howdy from the smallest leather shop in the West ! Leatherwork is a constant evolving thing, sometimes there is a need to re-think the work. Weird problem, some of the snaps on my danglers were coming undone. Snap companies outsource their materials, so some are great and have zero problems. Not all snaps are problematic, so yours might be just fine. I scored some original Swiss Army hardware from a surplus supplier. The lathe-turned rivet studs were what I was after for my Swiss rucksack remakes. They are awesome but take some practice to work with new leather. So I tried something new for my danglers. The Swiss rivet-studs were put to use for some sheath jobs I was doing. Dangler belt loop got an upgrade. Copper pin makes a nice contrast. Here is what I did : Double is a bit overkill but looks great : I added a Chicago screw to compress the fit when it goes onto the D ring. Folded over to make the loop : My first try on my own personal use Koster : Chicago screw keeps the loop flatter on my belt. The relief cut for the Swiss stud was a little too high, but I can live with it. Loctite blue will allow removal of the screw. Gossman Tusker got the double set-up and a screw coupler. You can see how it looks from the side : XL Bushcrafter got the double set-up as well : Relief cuts were adjusted to a better position. My Beck needed a steel screw coupler so a buddy machined it to fit the Beck sheath. I didn't want to unstitch Beck's sewing job, so the steel is 1-1/4"wide to match the sheath belt loop. Removable screw is in with Loctite blue. I added a single Swiss stud : Little Skookum uses a single stud with copper pin : This was a recent job for a forum member. For a great knife, sheath and dangler got the 5-star treatment. Heavy Machax got a wide loop with double studs : Gransfors SFA got a heavy duty set-up because of the weight. Double studs : Thanks for looking !