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I’ve been having fun with FastCap’s Screw Gun Holder Starter Kit. That was a great idea to ‘bundle’ the elements in that fashion. I hope you sell a lot of the kits.
I set my eye on maybe using one of the holders to hang my bench brush. See, my horsehair ‘foxtail’ bench brush has bugged me for ages. Hanging it by looping its leather thong onto a hook is a struggle. Likewise grabbing the brush off the hook, then having to shift my grip to use the brush. And the leather thong is a nuisance during use.
Straight-up, a stock screw gun holder didn’t work well. So I made some modifications! As follows, and shown in attached JPGs.
Cut the end stop out of an open-type screw gun holder.
Craft a filler block from a scrap of 2×2.
Make a self-centering end stop, coped to fit the brush; glue it to the filler block.
Add a small shim behind the filler block to fill the void there.
Drill a couple of shank holes, countersink ’em, and install the assembly under my shelf.
So far this works fantastic!
I think I’ll rotate the holder about 30 degrees CCW in plan view. I’m right-handed, so that would make it easier to remove and replace the brush in the holder. Worth a try to potentially reduce the struggle of twisting my wrist.