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Sitting around the house doing things to stay occupied. One idea was to add a pancake style holster for casual dress Fridays. This way I can put aside the formal open carry gun fighter rig and dress down. I'm very pleased how it came out.





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You did a Most Excellent job. Nice tooling and it looks like it fits perfectly.

Great stitching and burnishing. Real nice finish.

I use to make all my holsters and sold a large quantity as well. Your work is something I would appreciate.
 

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You did a Most Excellent job. Nice tooling and it looks like it fits perfectly.

Great stitching and burnishing. Real nice finish.

I use to make all my holsters and sold a large quantity as well. Your work is something I would appreciate.
Thanks very much for the compliments.
 

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Good job well done. Thanks for the photos. That work is something to take a little pride in. I really appreciate the quality of work there.
 

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Great looking rig there!
 

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Nice! are they sewn by hand, or did you spend the money for a machine?
No hand stitching... I gave that up a couple years ago. I had a saddle shop sell me the Tippman Boss machine when they upgraded to a real electric leather sewing machine. I traded a gun for it. I was amazed at how easy the machine sews through leather up to 3/4" thick like butter. No more sore fingers and hands trying to do that!
 

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That is amazing! I make paracord rifle slings, but they're no where near on that level!
 
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