OLDNSLOW

A Holster and belt

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One of the locals here in town asked me to make a pancake for a Ruger SP 101 and belt for him to hold it all up with.  At this point I have done a fare amount of belts and cake holsters for semi autos but not for a six gun.  So I went ta looken and seeun what I needed to do and of course get the blue gun along with the metal that allows for the snapping and unsnapping.  He wanted everything dark brown, for the holster I used W/C and the belt was cut out from a H. O.16oz skirting, it was interesting to find that each took the dye differently and oh the holster is 8/9oz with a 1/2oz pigskin liner, so here y'all go. 

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Good looking set up. I like the scallops.

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Thank You

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Mighty purty.....(to use a US colloquialism).

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Why now that was durn nice of ya fer the complement Thank U

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:lol:

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Getting rid of the bounce in your stamping surface will help out your stamping.

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"purdy" is spelt witha Dee !

 

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I was figuren I'd get a worse ripen than all that

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That looks durn good to me.  Nice shade of brown. Can I ask what dye you used?

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10 hours ago, JLSleather said:

"purdy" is spelt witha Dee !

 

Sorry, I guess being a Pom raised in Oz might account for the spelling mistake ;). (Maybe I was subconsciously thinking of the Purdy shotgun...).

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  1. the dye used on this holster is the Feibings dark brown, I think they call it the pro dye or the oil based dye, but the other contributor is that I also used feibings neats foot compound oil,  it that helps the dye colors become a little more saturated of course that is my opinion and I am sticking to it.  

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Thanks, don't think I've tried that one.  Looks really good.

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