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Heading for Texas

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Red Cent, Jul 1, 2014.

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  1. Red Cent

    Red Cent Member

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    The rig, not me.

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  2. rayban

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    Great looking work!
     
  3. the Black Spot

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    That might be handy down there right now

    Very nice rig!
     
  4. Greg528iT

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    is the small belt just attached on the ends with the screws? Looks clean and simple. does the small belt move and slide around on the wider?
     
  5. doubleh

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    Excellent craftsmanship. Love those edges.
     
  6. Red Cent

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    Greg, the outer strip is fully sewn to the main belt before the liner is sewn on. The screws at the end provide stability without belt holders.

    Thank you everyone.
     
  7. cpt-t

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    Red Cent: I think you made a really sharp Cowboy Action Rig. I would love to have your artisic talent, because I would really like to have a Rig just like this one. How long have You been doing this. Again I really envey Your Talents and Skills.
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    Beautiful work!
     
  9. bannockburn

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    Red Cent

    Straightforward design yet with a classic and elegant look to it. One very nicely made rig. Thanks for sharing.
     
  10. Deltaboy1984

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    Great leather work.
     
  11. Red Cent

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    Thanks folks.

    I bought a Cobra 4 a little less than two years ago. Building these rigs have certainly been enjoyable. A learning leather worker cannot get enough of you tube, CAS City, and Leatherworker.net.

    Interesting to see the niches that we choose to fill.
     
  12. rwehnau

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    Very nice work
     
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