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About Leatherpownder

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  • Birthday 10/31/1961

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    S.E. Idaho
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    Making Cowboy Gear

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  1. Leatherpownder

    Sixty Button Reins

    Main thing is to get the hide fleshed good the as soon as it dries cut it up and split any leftover slime off the back.
  2. Leatherpownder

    Sixty Button Reins

    Local slaughter houses for good quality.
  3. Leatherpownder

    Sixty Button Reins

    I do cut all my own materials and my wife processes the hide, 32 this season but now it's to cold. I usually use a core but sometimes do a square braid.
  4. Leatherpownder

    Sixty Button Reins

    I do have a market, I'm about a year and a half out on orders.
  5. Leatherpownder

    Sharpening A Splitter Blade - Am I Doing This Right?

    If you have an Osborne 86 the best and easiest sharpener is a Roll-A-Sharp made by Steve at Lacemaster.com.
  6. Leatherpownder

    12 Plait Necklace Order

  7. Leatherpownder


    Long gone, sorry. Give Steve a call at lace master and he can fix u up.
  8. Leatherpownder

    Couple Rein Orders

    8 x 12 plait.
  9. Leatherpownder

    Rawhide/leather Headstall

    A headstall order for bit maker Kim Parkey. Kim made the buckles.
  10. Leatherpownder

    Braided Halter

    Nice gear.
  11. Leatherpownder

    Military Tribute Reins

    Well done Buck.
  12. Leatherpownder

    Necklace Project

    Looking forward to the finish product.
  13. Leatherpownder

    Horse Hide

    They are cut down the center of the back from behind the ear to the flank, along the belly about elbow high. I lime the horse hide.
  14. Leatherpownder

    Latest Reins & A New Endevor, Rein Chains

    Nice gear Buck.
  15. Leatherpownder

    Horse Hide

    Nothing in particular Bruce just trying to get a little hide worked up for winter projects before the weather hits.