Stewart

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About Stewart

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    Leatherworker
  • Birthday 10/06/1946

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    Male
  • Location
    Lutz, Florida
  • Interests
    Dream catchers, journals, baseballs and scraps.
    Tobacco Pipes-Knives.

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    Baseballs
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    How to sell!!!!!!!!!!
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  1. The belt was made up of Brindle leather Took stamping real good. Leash will not be used on it.
  2. Modifier. Thanks for the link. not confuse but it's Joe not Luke. "Luke" was a personal reference I tagged on a file I have stored. I do have a set of the chisels. Just trying to find a smaller punched hole. I have done better, much better,so age must be creeping in.
  3. I am using a sewing Awl. I do the opposite RH underneath on the right side. Thank you for your comment.
  4. I started making the for my G/kids and their cousins. You would think the sewing would get better but it's going backwards. Left needle goes through first and right needle goes toward left under. Or it's just me whith built in flaws. The name Luke is for reference. Joe Stewart
  5. Thanks Stu. Here is the first of this style and a different style on the NAA22
  6. so do I Toney
  7. This is my personal holster. I used Al,s book to outline the gun. The basket weave has a bad spot and the hold down strap is to narrow for the snap. Another problem was the holes for stitching did not go all the way around. there is 3 runs. One long and 2 short runs . I have done better sewing, going backwards threw me off. Contrasting tread colors really made it stand out so when to a brown thread. This is all a big learning curve for me. This is my second holster. The smallest 4 inches by 4 inches
  8. This is my personal holster. I used Al,s book to outline the gun. The basket weave has a bad spot and the hold down strap is to narrow for the snap. Another problem was the holes for stitching did not go all the way around. there is 3 runs. One long and 2 short runs . I have done better sewing, going backwards threw me off. Contrasting tread colors really made it stand out so when to a brown thread. This is all a big learning curve for me. This is my second holster. The smallest 4 inches by 4 inches
  9. Mike,Thank you for your suggestions and information.. The book will be bought. Joe
  10. Thank You Stu. The backpocket is mine also. The 38 fits back pocket also and draws the revolver out with out the holster. Fits well
  11. Thank you JL, Never handled the Bulldog. This revolver fits my hands perfect, Balanced feel. I have to look at your site again. That's the style of holster I wanted. Not a Pancake. I have the belt loop tilled . Want to wear on left side. Took a Photo and recreated. This is what I wear.
  12. There is a lot of missteps here. Than who will see it being worn ? 38 undercover Charter arms. I needed one that's not made of webbing.
  13. It's over You have to wait a while for the next pitch. I have recovered about 1/2 of the teams to cover all bases.
  14. Thank you BillinOK and billybopp. Joe