The new American .45 with the Schofield .45 and Russian .44. Very interesting differences between these guns. Now I just need the Taylor's Frontier model to round it out. It wasn't a good day for ivory but I did it anyway. Need to use my SLR for "white" grips as it has enough resolution to fix it in PhotoShop. Ever since I started doing my line work with the swivel knife instead of the stitch groover, I no longer dread doing it. The California Slim Jim was always one of the toughest due to the curves in the throat. Now it's my favorite pattern! The first one here is the first I ever aged. It's hard to take a holster you've just finished and do all the terrible things you have to do to age one. Started it 3yrs ago and never finished it. It was one of a set of three, the other two for SAA's. I finished the other two but not this one. I was disappointed it turned out so dark. Now that I've finished it, I really like it. Has some nice cracks and wrinkles, something you usually want to avoid. New work for the Colt percussion guns, same pattern as above but blocked for the Richards-Mason with ejector. Also aged, to a lesser degree. It has a strategically placed scar right through the middle of it. Lefty for the Cimarron S&W American. I was going to use the Ghormley Jesse James pattern but I realized by the time I was finished altering it, there'd be nothing left. So I drew up a new pattern from scratch. This started out as a pair but I screwed up the right handed one. The American has the longest barrel so one made for it will fit all three guns. Did some aging on this one too. Ended up breaking this big flower stamp over the weekend.