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Grunt

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About Grunt

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  • Birthday 09/01/1970

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Fort Bliss / El Paso Texas "On The Border"
  • Interests
    Leatherworking, Collecting Knives, Geocaching

LW Info

  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Knife sheaths and Belts
  • Interested in learning about
    Leatherworking and Braiding

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  1. Can you post a picture of what you are doing and where you would like to place the snaps?
  2. Very impressive!
  3. If you are on Facebook join the "Tips and Tricks with Cobra Class Leather Working Equipment" group. I am sure the moderators there will be able to find the answer to your problem.
  4. Any of the Horseshoe brand tools are great. I have quite a few various tools from Jeremiah Watt and they are all really good tools. I have some of the Weaver brand punches and they are very nice and arrive very sharp. You will notice an immediate difference between them and the tools Tandy sells. Nick
  5. Thank you for posting this. I really enjoy seeing the work that goes into cowboy boots.
  6. YOWSA!!!!!! That is an incredible piece of craftsmanship!
  7. I have the set mentioned on the front of the catalog, it was a great deal! I like these tools a lot!
  8. Here is a pic of the first sheaths I have made in my new shop. I am slowly but surely getting my new shop set up. My next project is a 4' x 8' work table. Thanks for looking, Nick
  9. Monica, I too have a Cobra Class III sewing machine. I have has a few problems with mine as well. What I have discovered, for me anyway, that problems like that are usually something I did. What I usually do is step back, rethink my thread and needle combination, change out needles and re-thread the machine, and sew on some scrap leather until I have the problem figured out. If that doesn't work I do the only thing I can, CALL STEVE! Good Luck, I feel your pain. Nick
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