OLDNSLOW

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  1. SLC.. why have thou opened this can of worms

    That is more than some angle iron that cutter is really slick!
  2. who here is near FT Bragg

    they have already left town and I have no contact with them were all a day late.
  3. looks good , it is in your traditional style that you are know for keep on keeping on!
  4. who here is near FT Bragg

    Please let me know, if I don't get an answer in several hours I will then take on the job myself. I have a neighbor that wants me to make a sheath for a sword, but they are make their 3 year move with the Army form FT Campbell to FT Bragg so let me know so that I can give them some options.
  5. Cobra Leather spliter

    Just a bump
  6. Cobra Leather spliter

    I have had this unit for just over a year and it has not been used as much as I thought it would be, I am located in Clarksville TN you can pm me here for info I am asking 2100.00 will take 2000.00 plus shipping, if located near me maybe we can figure something out for shipping.
  7. I thought that there was only one in Louisville KY
  8. I usually buy 24 inch long sheets from either knifekits or another source but it has been so long since I cant think o the other name, but I would try knifekits.com or Google kydez holster supplies and something should come up. I had bought several all at the same time, I would usually use 2 pieces of 24 inch long placed in the middle then cut them down to length. I hope that makes sense!
  9. not answering for the other gent some of my experiences, Try using stainless that is super stiff and if not placed precisely in place you blow the whole project, but with Kydex it is much better either 090 or125 and the good thing is that if out of line just a bit the machine can still sew it
  10. I haven't being I just found out about it
  11. Ya I have had some holsters 2 layers 9oz that I thought I wasn't going to get done, and thinking something was wrong with my machine, needle, or thread, so I am truly glad to hear that I am not the only one that has this problem, but we must be the only 2 that have had this bad experience. I might just have to go back to HO or find some other brand! . Thanks for the input it really helps to narrow down the problem!
  12. Big Sioux I am glad that I am not the only one that has had that happen, have you found any cure for it? Every now and then I will sew some H O but not that often, I have been buying more of W & C leather, well I can rest easy now knowing it happens to someone else! Sony daze I run the thread through a oil pot now as it is, I would think that it would help maybe not cure the problem but at least help!
  13. Wiz I made a call and need a little more clarification from you, is the diamond point or the triangle point that you used to cure the problem? Thanks for the help!!