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Vaelloc   

New to the leather making.  Any tips on what to do better?  Thanks 

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Halitech   

I'm not an expert on holsters but I think you'll find the holster will loosen up because the stitch line should be closer to the gun.

Any chance of seeing the backside?

with the mag holder, I would have added a back piece to protect the ribs from being dug from the end of the clip

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Vaelloc   

I made it for my cousin about a week ago.   He uses it whenever he goes to ranch.   I'll let him know about the stitches.  Hopefully holster stays snug.   Thanks for the feed back.    

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I agree with Halitech on the stitch line.  I should work as is for a while with no issues.  You can always add another stitch line inside the existing one to make it last longer.  Also, I would suggest you clean up your belt holes by edging them and then burnishing.  Otherwise, looks good.

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Sofaspud   

I agree with the above comments,  but I have to say that I  really like your dye job. I also think you did a good job on your boning - you got a good amount of definition that should help your retention if you tighten up your stitch line.

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