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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Gun Holsters
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    holster making, tooling, stitching
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  1. i do believe a lacing chisel will give you a straight line as opposed to a slant or diamond shaped hole, I think Springfield leather as well as others suppliers sell them...
  2. I like leathersmith, hence my pinterest board...
  3. That's really cool, great lacing job, and the colors just pop...
  4. Some of the best I've ever seen, amazing...
  5. Awesome looking holster for sure, love the stitched in coin, nice touch...
  6. very nicely detailed, but what do I know, I'm new to this stuff to, I just started back a few months ago as well...
  7. Probably because you have been busy making stuff, great work, love the tooling on that holster...
  8. I would have to say I like it...
  9. very nice indeed...I like the color
  10. Tan

    I used fiebings saddle tan cut down with denatured alcohol, took a small jar, put a couple inches of the alcohol in it and then added the dye, just a few drops at a time of until the desired color was achieved, then finished it off with a light coat of wax , I learned on this website when I was having the same problem, easier to control the depth of color you want to achieve when you start out light, each coat will slightly darken.
  11. Tan

    How's this
  12. Awesome, as usual, my question is what basket weave stamp do you use, looks very crisp...