RonaldSe

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About RonaldSe

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  • Birthday 04/20/1948

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    http://www.myspace.com/snwtack, http://www.facebock.com/george sellers
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    Chesterfield, South Carolina

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Custom tack, chaps and Tack and saddle repair
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    ALL I CAN!!
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  1. Those are really nice!!!! Great job!
  2. They are in the Weaver supply catalog, page 150, in the reenactment hardware, listed as 5/8", # 1332 Button Stud. Hope this helps.
  3. OK guys and gals, I have gotten my first order for a pair of square botttom bull riding chaps with cut-in fringe. How do I cut the fringe and not have the pie shaped piece at the bottom. I've read about cutting the wedges out but where and how many. Would really appreciate a picture or drawing, but any help will be greatly appreicated. Thanks for any help!! George
  4. Welcome, you'll love it here!!
  5. VERY. VERY NICE!!
  6. WOW!!! Now that is nice! Beautiful work!!
  7. WOW!!! THAT IS A BEAUTIFUL SADDLE!!! GREAT JOB!
  8. Try Sheridan Leather Outfitters(307-674-6679) in Sheridan Wyo. That's where I got mine last April. George
  9. Thanks for posting this link------just what I need!! George
  10. Try the Hide and Leather House,www.hidehousesouth.com., they have it. George
  11. NICE!!! VERY NICE!
  12. Prayers to his family.
  13. The March/April and May/June 2003,Leather Crafters and Saddlers Journal had detailed articles on recovering a braided rawhide horn. If you can't find these issues, Email me your address and I will be glad to mail you a copy of the articles, that I received from Mr. Mike Craw George