Bayou Bengal

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About Bayou Bengal

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  • Birthday February 16

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    www.jb2leather.com

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Rankin County, MS

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Holsters, belts, sheaths, being awesome
  • Interested in learning about
    Making each project better than the last

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  1. A couple of Father’s Day wallets

    Thank you Yes, walnut pro oil. I used a 50/50 resolene-Water mixture as a finish. I think the natural stitching over the walnut dye is my new favorite combo
  2. A couple of Father’s Day wallets

    Made out of 2-3 oz veg tan, dyed in walnut with natural stitching. Sewn with my dear ol Tippmann Boss
  3. I do it the same way as Dwight. Except I lay a long piece of wax paper down first and lay the top side face down and apply the liner. Then I fold the wax paper over tap on it, then place a metal yardstick over the belt and wax paper and put a few clamps on the bottom of my table over the yard stick. Never had any problems and sanding the edges has always been simple.
  4. Sword Scabbard, Back Carry

    I can’t pull off the Aussie accent well, but I did my very best every time.
  5. Sword Scabbard, Back Carry

    You have no idea how many times I said that while making it.
  6. I’ve got a friend that’s asked if I would try to recreate a worn out sling for an antique rifle he’s acquired. It has an old school sling with the prong hooks, and I’d like to attach some to the new sling. I bought some from buckleguy, but the website doesn’t offer much in terms of width of the rivers. I bought some rivets that were suggested through the website, but they’re way too narrow. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
  7. Sword Scabbard, Back Carry

    Just these 2 before I cleaned up the edges. There is a full welt on each side and the bottom. The welts were 2 pieces. One on the edge side, and one that went all the way to the bottom and around to meet with the other side.
  8. Sword Scabbard, Back Carry

    This is the only picture I could find that I didn’t already delete
  9. Sword Scabbard, Back Carry

    I’m not sure if I still have any. It’s a Busse. Thr customer said it was one of only 10 or 11. I feel the same way. Thank you!
  10. First Pancake Holster

    If you only knew how many of your glock 42/43 patterns have been stitched with my Boss
  11. The fun bits.

    So that’s why it’s used on the Titans’ helmet logo and uniforms. Makes sense.
  12. The fun bits.

    I just realized the stars are from the Titans’ logo. Those Tennessee folks love their football. I still can’t get over how sharp that looks.