Colt Hammerless

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  1. #3 (The nice little Osborne) is sold. #2 (W.Rose) is on hold. Will update when sold. Paul
  2. I've made holsters for the DW ECO. It's simply a 3.5 inch (aka Officer's length) 1911. Doesn't require a special dummy gun. I use my Colt Commander blue gun for molding holsters for it. The dust cover is the same length. The muzzle sticks out .75 inch during molding, but that's all. Of course if you're doing a closed toe holster, it would be an issue. If you're doing closed toe holsters for the 3.5 inch length 1911, you could buy a Commander dummy and cut off the extra length to make a 3.5 inch specific dummy. Paul
  3. Looks like they're still in business to me. The links on their website are working on my end. Their facebook page has a couple posts from them in December. Try giving them a call. The number on their site is (972) 262-3101. I tried looking for their email, but it's a contact form on the website, and obviously that's not working for you. Here's their facebook page: I don't know anything about your machine, sorry. Paul
  4. I use denatured alcohol to thin either Fiebing's or Angelus alcohol based dyes. Paul
  5. Knife #1 and #4 are sold. Still have #2 and #3. Paul
  6. I know this thread is several weeks old, but if you still need a small head knife, I just listed some knives in the "Items For Sale" section, under "Knives, Blades, and Things That Cut". One of the knives is a little Osborne head knife that's right at 3.5 inches from tip to tip: Paul
  7. I've got some round/head knives for sale. Prices are plus shipping. #1 is a Newark marked Osborne. This knife if really nice and heavy, with a really gorgeous handle. Blade is 5 inches wide. There's slight movement of the blade in the handle, though I don't notice it when using it. Sharp and ready to use. $80 #2 is a really nice William Rose. Blade is just shy of 5.75 inches wide. Blade and ferrule are nice and tight. Sharp and ready for use. $120 #3 is a neat little Newark marked Osborne that's great for sharp curves. Blade is 3.5 inches wide. Sharp and ready to use. $70 #4 is interesting. It's a William Rose. The blade is just shy of 5 inches. I showed it to Bruce Johnson some time back, and he thinks it's in a different handle (likely an Osborne). The blade is nice and tight in the handle. It has a bit of gunk on it, possibly some red paint. I was anxious to use the knife, so sharpened it up instead of cleaning the blade. There's a crack in the handle where the pin (which is missing) goes through. Someone scratched the year "1893" into the wood of the handle, and also scratched several state abbreviations into the brass ferrule (I assume indicating different places they worked while a leather worker). States include, PA, VA, MD, IN, IL, MO. Also, not visible in the picture above the "PA" are the initials "H.H." Possibly the previous owners initials. Not perfect, but cuts wonderfully. If you'd like to try Rose steel, without paying "Rose Prices" this one will do nicely. Sharp and ready to use. $80 Paul
  8. Got the S&W Governor in the mail today. Thanks for the fast shipping! Paul
  9. Paypal sent for the S&W Governor. Paul
  10. Davis, I'll take the S&W Governor, if it's still available. Email inbound. Paul
  11. What brand are these? Ring's? Duncans? ASP?
  12. That's a nice looking knife. I really like the striping in the handle! Aaron Crawford is a known leather tool maker. I've seen some tools with his name along with Sauerbier's name. Bruce Johnson has a bit of info on his website, in his "My Collection" album. Here's the link: It's the box that's second from the bottom row on the left (at least on my computer display). Paul
  13. Having them split it usually adds right around a week, as there is a line of orders waiting for a turn at the splitter. Most of my orders that get split ship in 7 to 9 days from calling, though it has taken longer on occasion. Paul
  14. I know Ed Raichert Sewing carries it. They're in Phoenix, AZ. Here's the website: I spoke with them at a trade show in late February, and they said what colors they don't have in stock, they can get pretty quickly from the U.S. importer. Paul
  15. I have a Taurus 92 mag. From what I understand, the dimensions are very close between the Taurus and Beretta 92 (to the point where some people modify the notch for the mag catch to convert a Beretta mag to work in the Taurus). Here's the dimensions on the Taurus mag: Width- 1.240 inch Thickness- .787 inch Height- very close to 5 inches I would imagine the Glock will not work. Let us know what the CZ-75 and XDM mic at. Paul