IngleGunLeather

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About IngleGunLeather

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  • Birthday 02/11/1974

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    JasonIngle

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    Male
  • Location
    Jacksonville, NC

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    holsters/belts/western rigs
  • Interested in learning about
    holsters, sheaths, belts, motorcycle gear
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  1. Those prints look really good. I'm unfamiliar with the process though. I noticed these aren't molded. Is that by choice or can these not be wet molded?
  2. Just finished me a new holster for my Shield 9. Pattern by JLS. Sorry for a double post, but I also put this in the "show off" section.
  3. Been a while since I've posted here. I just finished this holster for my own personal EDC. It's made from 7/8 ounce Hermann Oak, dyed with Fiebing's Pro Chocolate dye and accented with embossed tan ostrich. The pattern is from JLS.
  4. Been a while since I've posted here. I just finished this holster for my own personal EDC. It's made from 7/8 ounce Hermann Oak, dyed with Fiebing's Pro Chocolate dye and accented with embossed tan ostrich. The pattern is from JLS.
  5. Yes ma'am. It is a wooden letter that is already painted black from Hobby Lobby. I traced the letter onto the leather, cut it out, trimmed down 3/16", tooled and glued to the wooden letter.
  6. Tooled this up the other day. Bought the wooden letter at Hobby Lobby. The tooling pattern is one of Tandy's Sheridan belt patterns. Backgrounding dyed black, oiled with olive oil, Sheridan brown antique, resisted and finished with RTC.
  7. I've only completed two projects myself. Prolly not the best to give advise. So, I won't try to do so on the tooling. However, I have studied Chan Geers patterns and try to mimick his work.
  8. Hey folks! I just completed this picture frame mat.
  9. Thanks Troy! After sending this to the local frame shop I stumbled across a video on Tandy's leather craft library site. It shows how to make a leather backing. I like the framing though and the one I'm working on now will be framed as well. Be sure to share one of yours when you can. Happy tooling!
  10. This could be a stand alone frame if a backing was put on. I wound up using this the same way a mat would be used in a standard frame.
  11. Thanks t! I like the transparency sheet idea. I wound up getting this framed and now have glass behind the leather.
  12. Thanks Colt and Jimbob!
  13. got the sheridan carving bug and it's awesome!