shadowryder

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About shadowryder

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  • Birthday 09/18/1955

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    THE MAN CAVE North Wales United Kingdom
  • Interests
    leather work ---biker---ebay-----country music.

LW Info

  • Leatherwork Specialty
    I will try anything to see if i can make it work.
  • Interested in learning about
    Braiding and lacing
  • How did you find leatherworker.net?
    through a forum aquantance

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  1. WOW!!!! Thats a beauty.
  2. LOL!!! Love it Bro,she is gonna go a long way..
  3. Here are some pics of my pattern,basically work round what ever size insert you got, Red dot lines are folds.
  4. Thank you, Yeah the single 10 round would be pretty slimline and easy to wear on a belt. may have to try one.
  5. thankyou
  6. Those are sweet,love your basket weave work.
  7. Sure thing cowboy,will take a pic of my pattern tomorrow when I get home from work and post it up, I,ve used same pattern for this as the rifle ones also posted just altered the size accordingly to fit the insert.
  8. Similar to my other post but these are for rifle ammo,30 Cal in this case,
  9. Thanks,, Yeah it was a 20 round insert from a box but guy only wanted 12 so I cut it down.
  10. Made this for a vetinary guy who does humane dispatches on farms etc, wanted something for his belt to carry 9mm ammo in, has plastic insert to keep rounds secure. measures 3x2x1 1/2 inches with 1 1/2 inch belt loop.
  11. Looks great on leatherwork though chrome rivets clash with clasp and overall finish..
  12. AH!! Right, afraid I dont have one yet but would like one very much, it obviously makes a difference.
  13. No problem,
  14. Great job there, Tell me please how the hell you keep the back so clean when dying the leather????
  15. FIRST-Awesome work on the "Betty" seat Bro looks brilliant!!!! JARHEAD,,This page gives detailed instruction and pictures on the mexican braid which is on the seat, this is the page I learned it from,, http://dcknivesandleather.blademakers.com/Knife_Info_Item.asp?Rec_Num=108 Here is one I did earlier this year,