WolfteverGunleather

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About WolfteverGunleather

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    wolftevergunleather.com

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    Ooltewah, TN, USA

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Holsters, Belts

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  1. WolfteverGunleather

    Woolly mammoth stamp

    Thanks to all for the ideas and suggestions!
  2. WolfteverGunleather

    Woolly mammoth stamp

    Does anyone know where I can buy a 3d stamp of an ancient woolly mammoth with the long tusks? I have a special request from a customer for a project. I know I can have one custom made, but that's an expense I'd like to avoid, and would likely drive the cost out of my customer's budget.
  3. WolfteverGunleather

    Cowboy 3200, lots of accessories

    PM sent
  4. WolfteverGunleather

    Cobra Class 14 Splitter tips??

    Just purchased a Cobra Class 14 splitter, and received it last Friday. It was easy to assemble and start operating. So far I've split 8/9 and 6/7 W & C skirting down as thin as 2/3; HO heavy skirting down to 3/4, Calf skin 3/4 down to 2/3, chrome/veg bison down to 3/4. When splitting the heavy stuff super thin, you need to do it in multiple passes rather than try to go all the way in one split. I've also leveled 8/10 down to 8/9 where I was only shaving a thin layer in some spots. All scenarios have produced excellent results: clean split level across from edge to edge. If you try to go super thin (1/2 oz), the grooved feed roller prints from the flesh side through to the grain side so I would not recommend it, but the machine actually split firm leather that thin. The thickness gauge on the front of the machine shows thickness in irons instead of oz, so you have to convert and/or run a test piece to measure and then readjust, but that's a minor thing. Don't have enough experience with it yet to know how long the blade will hold its edge. or how difficult it will be to get set back up when reinstalling a sharpened blade, so I can't advise on either of those questions. Machine was packaged well, and had been setup and tested by Steve and crew before shipment. I'm very pleased so far. Phil
  5. WolfteverGunleather

    Recent Builds

    Beautiful workmanship, as usual.
  6. WolfteverGunleather

    Wet form crocodile/alligator hide

    You'll need to cement and/or stitch the alligator to some veg tan in order to properly wet form it. If I'm making a holster with alligator on the outside, I use contact cement and stitching to attach the alligator and 6/7 oz or 8/9 oz veg tan (depending on the holster size and design) flesh to flesh, then wet form it as I normally would.
  7. WolfteverGunleather

    Nyah nyah nyah NYAH NYAH!

    Earned and not given.....I love it. Enjoy!
  8. WolfteverGunleather

    A couple of Bible Covers off the bench recently

    Beautiful work! Very well done!
  9. Since I joined Leatherworker, I've started a leather business. I'm on Instagram under my business name, and would like to change my user name on Leatherworker to my business name also for consistency. Can I do that? And if I can, how do I do it?

  10. WolfteverGunleather

    Horsehide vs cowhide for holsters

    I've made holsters exclusively out of cowhide for years, but I'm wanting to try some horsehide. I understand some of the differences in horsehide being denser, more resistant to moisture, and not dyeing as evenly as cowhide. My question is whether I should expect an equivalent thickness in horsehide to have similar working characteristics as the same thickness in cowhide. I've gotten pricing and ordering information from The Tannery Row, and they offer the russet horsehide strips in 5/7 oz or 7/9 oz. Should I expect the 7/9 oz horsehide to mold, bone, and hold it's shape pretty much the same as 7/9 oz Hermann Oak or Wickett and Craig, or is there a noticeable difference in temper, stiffness, or moldability oz for oz?
  11. Very attractive design and top notch workmanship.
  12. WolfteverGunleather

    Ruger Vaquero

    Thanks, Sofaspud.
  13. WolfteverGunleather

    Ruger Vaquero

    Thank you George.
  14. WolfteverGunleather

    Ruger Vaquero

    A little creative design for a Ruger Bisley Vaquero.