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About ENIGunleather

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  • Birthday 09/12/1978

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    Crete, NE
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    Holsters, LEO equipment

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  1. ENIGunleather

    Removing Bad Snaps or Rivets

    I used to use a drill, now I have a 1/2" thick steel plate with a 3/8" and 1/2" holes drilled through it. When I need to remove a snap or rivet I break out a punch about the diameter of the stud and line the piece up over the hole, one good wack and the snap or rivet is removed.
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    Ok, Let Me Have It...

    For your stitch lines I always measure the firearm halve the measurement and then stitch that far out. For example a 1911 is about an inch wide so my stitch lines are 1/2 inch from the firearm on both sides. Always has produced a holster that the firearm pops into for me.
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    Hello From Missouri

    If you intend on making this into a business do it right and get the llc. It's the cheapest insurance you'll ever get. Also any time you make over $600 it's taxable income but make sure to write off your tools etc.
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    Lansky Sharpener For Round Knife

    I used mine on my round knife the other day for the first time. I used the 20 degree setting and did the knife in quarters until I created a burr on the other side progressively with finer stones. Then I buffed it with my 6 inch bench buffer with mild compound. It took a lot of time but it cuts like a hot knife through butter now.