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About bikermutt07

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  • Gender
  • Location
    Bossier City, LA. United States
  • Interests
    Shooting holes in unsuspecting paper, riding my motorcycle, and playing with dead cow skin.

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Newb, sheathes & holsters
  • Interested in learning about
    messenger bags and maybe a purse for my wife, toys?

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  1. The wood is red oak. Nice job. Tools that fit our hands is nice. I have an awl made by a forum member that fits my hand perfectly. It really relieves the strain.
  2. There's a lot of guys in Tennessee and Kentucky on this forum as well. I wish I could find local leather guys to visit with.
  3. Thanks for the info, Smyth.
  4. I don't know that any of that is wrong.
  5. I think (stress think) belting leather is for mechanical drive belts. Not necessarily quality leathers being used for that purpose.
  6. I think the hexnhit sets are worth saving up for. Yes, they are expensive. But once you have them, easy lettering for the rest of your days. I think they are worth the money.
  7. Oh. Maybe a croc tooth would be a better fit?
  8. You could embedd the snap in the flap similar to the inlay. Then you wouldn't need the strap. Or you could do a piece of deer horn that goes thru a loop mounted on the body of the bag. I have seen that done a few times and it looks pretty cool. Nice looking bag too.
  9. Great job.
  10. Looks like a good plan for an old bread machine.
  11. Your round pouch looks like a great idea for earbuds. And your edge coat is looking pretty good. Question about the laser. Is it a higher end model or one of the 400.00 dollar ones from Amazon?
  12. Great job.
  13. Woof woof
  14. Can't wait to see you tooling on quality leather. Your stuff is awesome.
  15. The whole it can save money on dye is a valid argument. Not to mention, it does look more buyer friendly in two tone. (Maybe I need one)?????.