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Completed this cowboy rig today. For a 357/ 38 shooter. Thanks for lookin'

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Completed this cowboy rig today. For a 357/ 38 shooter. Thanks for lookin'

Very nice!

If you don't mind me asking... how do you make the cartrige holders?

The rig looks great.

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Hey Sixer, thanks for your post.

The bullet loops are woven through slots in the belt, but to keep the loops close, you go up thru the slot, then back down thru the same slot before proceeding to the next one. The other method is stiching the loops on, but I don't like the sewn style- too easy to screw up the belt with misplaced stiches. The slotted/woven kind generally fits the bullet better in my opinion.

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Completed this cowboy rig today. For a 357/ 38 shooter. Thanks for lookin'

Beautiful work! :)

Rob

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Completed this cowboy rig today. For a 357/ 38 shooter. Thanks for lookin'

That rig is beautiful. I love the color and the stitching is excellent, wish mine would look like that.

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Very nice, is that an oil finish?

Kevin.

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Thank you for the kind words, y'all

Tree Reaper: I started with med. brown English bridle from Wickett-Craig. Airbrushed accents using Fiebings drk.brown oil dye. Leather balm w/atom wax on top/ buffed.

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Awesome job!

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Very nice rig, beautiful finish

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That's on my short list of things to try when I have time :rofl:

Very nicely done. Did you use any particular pattern?

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