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  1. Very nice work, sir. I particularly like the aged condition of the old blades as opposed to shiny and new.
  2. Or grab a hacksaw! Just kidding. That’s a nice looking holster.
  3. Looks good, but man, that’s some thick leather for what it is.
  4. Much like a knife sheath, you’ll want to sandwich an extra layer or two of leather against the cutting edge for protection of the stitching.
  5. There are several ways to go about it, buy here's what I settled on.
  6. Thanks for the kind words, everyone! I’ve made belts, holsters, wallets and such for several years now, but getting back into motorcycles, this is new to me. Blackjack21, I have a specific question for you. If I use a stiff, thick harness leather, can I use saddlebags without the wire guards you need to buy for commercial bags that protect the bags from getting onto the brake rotor/belt pulley?
  7. Thank you, sir. That would be much easier. I'll probably go with some pre dyed leather next time as well.
  8. The pics explain it better than words. Thanks. I think I’ll pick up a bottle of that antique finish and give it a try sometime. I like the look.
  9. Looks pretty good to me! It does raise a bunch of questions, however. How do you get the inside of the stampings darker than the rest of the leather without having any bleeding issues? How does it retain the pistol?
  10. I didn't think it turned out too bad. It sure takes a lot of hand stitching! I'm still thinking about making a pair of saddlebags, but haven't committed to tackling that yet.
  11. Wow! There’s a lot of work in that rig. Looks good.
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