seabee

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About seabee

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    S.Calif.
  • Interests
    Leather, Shooting, metal detecting, and Honey Do's lists

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    Wallet, Belts, Holsters

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  1. seabee

    leatherworker

    I'am wondering if there are any leatherworker in the Ridgecrest, ca. area? Howard
  2. Hi, Those wallets are very nice. What thread size, and spi. are you using? Your stitching is, great. Thanks for sharing. Seabee
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    Line 24 Snap Setting

    Before I would buy anything, I would would drill a hole the size of the snap post in a 1/8" thick wood and sand it down on a belt in sander. Than use your press. Seabee I
  4. seabee

    Very New... with Questions :)

    Swivel Knifes and Barry King Seabee
  5. seabee

    Very New... with Questions :)

    I have a few sk, even a BK knife. All from yard sales, less than $20 total. Each has a different blade. No need to pay big $ for knifes, Buy good blades. Seabee
  6. seabee

    Traveling leatherworker tools

    Chrisash, I could tow a trailer, because my shop is a 20' TT converted for leatherwork, but I would have to leave the car at home. Sheillajeanne, You have given me some great ideas, cutting belt blanks, holster, etc. I didn't think about. Thank you for responding, Howard
  7. Hi all, I'am going to do some RV traveling again, but this time I want to do some leather projects like holster, belts, etc. You can only do so much sightseeing and fishing. I have been trying put together a small toolbox So, what hand tools would.you want to carry, All my tooling stamps are in a their own toolbox, also, I built a portable stitching pony. Any suggests would help. Thanks, Howard
  8. oldnslow, Thanks for you insight and knowledge. I also use Kydex between the straps. My project turned out nice and my friend was happy. When a customer is happy, I'm happy. Have a great day. Seabee
  9. Good day all, A little update, I did glue a liner on after sanding on a belt sander and this morning I trim the liner by under cutting it to round over the edge a little. I than lightly sanded, burnished, and dyed the edge. I going to hand stitch the belt tomorrow. Thanks you all for helping on this Seabee P. S. Dwight, Your S&W Shield pattern worked great. I used the holster least week to renew my permit. Thank you for sharing Seabee
  10. Bigfoote, Thanks for responding. I plan on trying to a add the liner just to see what happens and to gain some knowledge. Its a regular 8/9 oz. belt I made it for a friend. If I knew he was going hang a full size size 1911 on it, I would have made him a gun belt. Ether way he'll have a good gun belt Thanks Again, Seabee
  11. Good day, Can a liner be added to a finished belt? I think I would have to remove the finish glue and stitching on the liner.
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    Arbor Press modifications for snaps/stamps

    Hey all, I use Barry King hand snap setter, and Tandy rivet setter. I can't justify buying a press. I use a book press (from a yard sale for $5) for letter stamps. Seabee
  13. seabee

    W & C Leather

    I could not find double shoulder on their website. Do they only sale sides and bends? I should just call them in the morning. Thanks Howard
  14. seabee

    How do I cut a straight belt border?

    Morning, I clamp a 5' 1x4, face down to my bench. That makes a fence for the belt to rest against so it doesn't move around. And, I go slow when cutting the border. Hope this helps, Seabee