usmc0341

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About usmc0341

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  • Location
    York, PA
  • Interests
    evrything outdoors

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    still learning

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  1. Thanks Dwight, I think I'm going to just have to use a new tab to make it look the best. He wanted to use the same tab so it would match.
  2. A coworker of mine gave me a western gun belt that "shrunk" on him. It is a ranger belt design and he asked me to move the tab with the holes about 5 inches. I cut the stitches out before I realized that it is also glued. My question is how do I get it apart and what do I do about the glue residue that will be left. I assume it is a contact cement, but I'm not 100% sure and he has no idea. Sorry if this has been discussed before but my search revealed zero results. Thank you, Brian
  3. Very cool video. Enjoyed it while eating lunch
  4. Very nice! I'd like to see pictures of the back
  5. Love seeing your work
  6. Man, I like that a lot!
  7. No, they are two different sizes. The SP101 is substantially smaller.
  8. That turned out really nice. I need to try one of these pancake knife sheaths.
  9. Not to sidetrack the thread, but good to see you on here Katsass
  10. Very nice! I have a Glock 42 on the bench with that same setup that I need to make a pancake holster for. Yours turned out great!
  11. I forgot all about this thread but funny thing is I just got another piece from Springfield leather and had the same issues. It had a lot of wrinkles and it was DRY, I mean really dry!!! I do have to agree that their customer service is fantastic, but that is the last piece of leather I order from them. It was nice being able to buy smaller amounts, but it is so hit or miss getting a good piece that I will just buy W & C exclusively.