Jim dropped the amulet back into the bag and hooked it through his belt.
Isn't there confusion here on the subject? It feels like 'hooked it' is still related to the amulet when it's actually referring to what he does with the bag.
An alternative would be:
Jim dropped the amulet back into the bag, which he hooked through his belt.
Seems a bit clunky, though.
Am I stressing unnecessarily about this or does the sentence need work?