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Adams Leatherworks..review

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by sophijo, Mar 11, 2010.

  1. sophijo

    sophijo Well-Known Member

    When I first saw a pic of this holster I wondered if it could be as good as it looked. It is.
    The maker is Eric Adams of Adamsleatherworks@yahoo.com. Just starting. Check out his website for an extraordinary video of his process.

    The holster starts out as a piece of Herman Oaks 8/9oz leather. The attention to detail is amazing and is consistent throughout. Stitching is uniform and tight. Finish shows that same attention; down to the inside radius of the belt slots. Boning is deep and precise. Note the integrated mouth reinforcing/ body guard/ belt loop piece; very nicely done. The holster is stiff and tight as it should be; rides high and tight. This holster raises the bar. Comparable holsters are selling $200+ and you will wait a year for them. You can get this one for $70!! Better hurry.
    Last edited: Mar 11, 2010
  2. The Lone Haranguer

    The Lone Haranguer Well-Known Member

    Your links are not working. They are the condensed version and only send me to the Photobucket home page. Please post the full URL as I would like to see his work. :)
  3. sophijo

    sophijo Well-Known Member


    I haven't figured out how to do that but here's his website which is probably better anyway. Watch his video. It shows him, start to finish, handbuilding a holster.

  4. The Lone Haranguer

    The Lone Haranguer Well-Known Member


    That does look nice. :)
  5. Zundfolge

    Zundfolge Well-Known Member

    Very nice looking ... and priced well at $70

    downsides are they don't make an IWB and their gun list is rather short.

    1911 - 3", 4.25" & 5" barrel
    Kahr P9
    Ruger Single Six .22
    Sig Mosquito
    Sig P239

    But I bet we'll see good things from Adams down the road. The quality looks top notch.
  6. The Lone Haranguer

    The Lone Haranguer Well-Known Member

    Yes, no Glocks or CZs. :( Give him time.
  7. I emailed him a couple of days ago about my taurus 809. Unfortunatly he didnt have it on his gun list but he was a very nice guy. He offered to give me some pointers on how to make my own. Im tempted to buy a pistol he can use just so I could get a holster.
  8. deadeyedog270

    deadeyedog270 Well-Known Member

    wow looks like good work I just found out at my local sportsman show that I got a gal 10 min away that makes gunbelts and holsters, sheaths all I got to do is go up with the gun and knives and she will make a templet for them and make them she dose nice work and at half the price of some online places

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