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BruceGibson

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About BruceGibson

  • Rank
    Leatherworker
  • Birthday December 11

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  • Website URL
    www.GibsonLeather.com
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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Northwest Florida
  • Interests
    www.GibsonLeather.com

LW Info

  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Saddlemaking/Gunleather/Rodeo Equipment-Chaps, CC Gunbelts, leather bags, etc.
  • Interested in learning about
    Everything.

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  1. I've got a bunch of Jeremiah's tools and three of his DVD's. I highly recommend all of them. They're pricey, but worth it. His DVD on floral carving made all the difference for me. I always order direct from him and Colleen, and they're both a pleasure to deal with.
  2. Beautiful work! The first word that comes to mind is "clean." Outstanding.
  3. Beautiful work! And I can relate to the frustration of ordering/receiving the wrong number of the "little stuff."
  4. Welcome aboard, Jim! This is one of the single-best overall resources out there.
  5. I was curious to hear if anyone's having shipping issues with the US Postal Service. I use Priority Mail exclusively, and with the new Postmaster General and the moronic changes he's made since June, things have gone off the rails. I have one package shipped out to a customer 100-miles from me that arrived in Pensacola (the destination) overnight. However, the next day (today) it's in Austin, Texas. I have another, from a supplier, that's been laying idle in Jacksonville, Florida, since August 7th. I've also noticed my incoming "snail mail" has dwindled down to near-nothing. That's only two examples for me personally, but I'm thinking I'll open UPS and/or FEDEX accounts and bypass the ol' postal service completely. At least until the political sabre-rattling ends. Any thoughts?
  6. LMAO! And I agree with the "poverty is owning a horse" statement. On top of the endless expense, they're always looking for a place to die.
  7. Thanks, Josh! I haven't been doing much this year, but the Leatherworker Forum always motivates me. I miss hanging out around here and seeing what y'all are creating!
  8. Thank you for the comment. I rambled on, but I was trying to cover what I did and what I used.
  9. LOL! Thanks, Dwight...it's actually really good advice! Thank you--I wish I could take credit, but it's the Hermann Oak leather. The stuff's a joy to work with.
  10. Feedback's always welcome. This is an OWB/belt slide/pancake for a 4" or 4.25" Commander-length 1911. Ride's high, excellent retention and concealment, slots are for a 1.5" wide, dual-layer (1/4" thick) gun belt. The leather is two layers of 7/8 ounce Hermann Oak, and the stitching is #346 white polyester on top, and #277 polyester in the bobbin. I sewed this on my Leather Machine Company/Cobra Class 4P. The sight-track is molded-in using a wooden dowel and all edges are beveled and finished (including the belt slots). Fire away! Questions are always welcome, too.
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