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About IngleGunLeather

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  • Birthday 02/11/1974

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    Jacksonville, NC

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    holsters/belts/western rigs
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    holsters, sheaths, belts, motorcycle gear
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  1. Monogrammed 1911 Holster

    Thank you all very much! Sorry for the late reply. Some unexpected real full time job stuff came up today.
  2. Monogrammed 1911 Holster

    Thank you. I punch them and then use a sharp curve beveler to take off the hard edges. Yes, machine stitched with 207 top and bottom bonded nylon thread.
  3. Monogrammed 1911 Holster

    Just finished this up for a customer. Hand carved and tooled single letter monogram.
  4. Kimber K6S Holster

    Just finished another Kimber K6S revolver holster. The customer wanted it natural. So, for this, some A grade Hermann Oak leather was needed. Finished with Fiebing's Acrylic Resolene.
  5. Western Tapered Gun Belt

    You'll find a lot of information in Al Stohlman's book. Another belt pattern pack, if you're wanting to make a 2.5 inch gun belt is Chris Andre's pattern pack. Check Maker's Leather Supply for it.
  6. Kimber K6S Holster

    Thank you
  7. Pattern for OWB with snaps?

    Adams' Leather Works has at least one for download. Been a while since I've checked, but he did have a 1911 one.
  8. California Slim Jim

    Thank you. Easier than I originally thought. There's a ton of articles and videos and it seemed intimidating but finally figured it out. Still messing around with it and lightning.I used PC with Gimp software.
  9. California Slim Jim

    Thank you. I used an adjustable creaser for the border layout. All borders were cut with a swivel knife. The serpentine border was beveled after the stamping. Bruce Cheney has an excellent video on this on YouTube.
  10. California Slim Jim

    Thank you
  11. I finished this holster a little while ago. The first set of pictures I had taken of it gave the holster an orange hue. After doing a lot of reading on photography, I experimented last night with a black background. Done some editing with the Gimp software and this is what I came up with. The holster itself is a Slim Jim pattern from Will Ghormley's Forty-niner pattern pack.
  12. Smith and Wesson J Frame Holster

    Absolutely. That's black bonded nylon. 207 top and bottom with a 160/23 leather point needle.
  13. Smith and Wesson J Frame Holster

    Thank you. At New River Air Station.
  14. Smith and Wesson J Frame Holster

    I do offer that, and up until recently I didn't have any issues. Not sure what changed,but I started getting uneven shades. I just recently started applying dye after molding after seeing some streaking. Still trying to pinpoint the actual cause, but it's fixed the problem temporarily. Before I started dyeing after molding... I think I'll saturate as much as possible before stitching when I try this again.
  15. Smith and Wesson J Frame Holster

    Thank you. Leather needs to be completely dry.