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garypl

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About garypl

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  • Birthday 12/28/1950

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Loganville, GA USA
  • Interests
    Shooting/reloading, woodworking, 3D printing

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Shooting bags and accessories
  • Interested in learning about
    Holster making, carving leather
  • How did you find leatherworker.net?
    Google search on making shotgun shell pouch

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  1. These are an excellent resource if you want to make holsters and they are hard to find anywhere!
  2. You have more patience than me! Nice job and I enjoy seeing the cool projects you make
  3. Looks great Y - that stitching looks like it was very tedious to do while keeping everything tight. Any tricks you learned that helped? Also, what weight leather did you use? Gary
  4. I have used this method and it works great. I always line the belt so once you glue and sew on the lining the loops cannot move.
  5. Amazon sells razor blades that work great in strap cutter. Here is a link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07VQPFK68/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  6. Looks great! Is it just a sample panel or is it part of a project? Gary
  7. Brian - that is a great website you put together - congratulations! Gary
  8. Very ingenious how you put all the components together - nice job! only constructive comment I have is that the rivets seem to be longer than necessary. I usually cut them so only @1.5 to 2 mm is sticking out past the burr. Once you dome and peen it, there’s not a noticeable post sticking out past the burr.
  9. I agree and I think a small dab of rubber cement would hold things in place yet allow easy future removal or adjustment. Rubber cement in an application like this would not be a very strong bond.
  10. Thanks for your comments Chuck, Battlemunky and rleather! One of my mistakes was when I initially carved the name directly onto the front panel and it was crooked. Rather than start over, I decided to put the name on the extra piece and sew that to the front panel. I also made a set of gussets and decided they were too narrow, so had to redo the gussets. Got to create fixes and most of the time the maker is the only person who would ever know! Gary
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