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any fellow leather workers of holster makers here

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Savagehunter83, Jul 22, 2010.

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  1. Savagehunter83

    Savagehunter83 Member

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    Ok I am new here so I just thought I would say hello and introduce myself. I am from Texas and pretty much into or interested in any type of shooting sport you can think of. One of my hobbies that I have been getting more and more involved in is holster making. When I got my CHL I could not find that perfect holster. About the same time I thought I would make my dad a knife sheath for a knife and just used a scrap piece of leather laying around the house so I made him one but then decided I might should go to the leather store and get the right tools to try another. Then my friend bought a Bersa and at the time you could not find a good leather holster for them so I attempted to make him on. It ended up being left handed and he was right handed. Any ways any of yall leather crafters or holster makers. Here are a few pics and the links has a few more http://s628.photobucket.com/albums/uu6/savagehunter83/
     

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    I had that same problem, couldnt find exactly what I wanted, or if i did, it was WAY too expensive for what it was. while functional, mine have nowhere near the detail that you have crafted into your work. Good looking leather!!
     
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    Hi, I was in the same boat, had to build one for my favorite railed 1911. Good looking stuff.
     
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