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About MT3Geiger

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Shoe Maker / Repair
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    Saddles, braided leather and other assorted tack
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  1. Looking to pull the trigger on either machine in good working order. Let me know what you have. Willing to pick up if possible.
  2. Looking to buy dies in good working order. I prefer one-ear headstalls, various headstall cheeks, bronc nosebands, breast collars, spur straps, saddle, chap & chink, etc to add to my collection. Complete sets and various dies considered. PM me or let me know what you have, that you'd be willing to part with. Thanks in advance.
  3. That's a shame. I have several of his dies & they're outstanding.
  4. While they're not perfect, I think they'll work.
  5. Very, very nice! Love the rawhide on a poley!
  6. Nutty, that's a tremendous job. I'm thinking hard about having you make me a set just like that. I have a 2 year old I'm starting this spring and would be tickled to have some of your work hanging in my tack room. How much would you charge for the set? Also, the hinged piece on the noseband, what is that called? Thanks, Nathan
  7. I'll take it, just called and left you a VM
  8. Hello all, I'm in the market for a Tippmann Boss. Please let me know what's out there. Thanks, Nathan
  9. My dad did this exact thing while hand stitching a sole to a welt on a pecos workboot. Wasn't paying attention to where his fingers were, as he was stitching a tricky section of toe. His method of extraction was to use the side of the workbench as a backstop while he leaned on the awl handle to push the needle through the rest of his finger & then cut the tip/barb off to pull it back out the way it came. Pretty impressive as he only had a few grunts as a response while he did it & it went through pretty much the middle of the finger. I don't know that I would have had the fortitude to do that. This stitching helper seems like a much better solution. :-)
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