alpha2

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About alpha2

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  • Birthday 12/03/1953

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    Ft. Collins, Colorado
  • Interests
    Commercial Pilot/flight instructor/ leatherwork/ FFL/ Firearms instructor/

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Holsters/sheaths/belts/wallet-checkbook covers/dog collars/western hat-bands/
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    carving leather, holster making
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  1. alpha2

    Knife sheath

    I'll check that out, thanks!
  2. Works for me! I haven't delved into the tiny toons bit yet, I should do better with the larger scale stuff first! Looks good, work in progress.
  3. alpha2

    BWC Area

    Well, there's tapered, and then there's Ranger Belt. Not in the same ballpark as far as pricing! You sure get the winners, Jeff. Jeff
  4. If printing is an issue, you can do this...
  5. alpha2

    Repair hat brim help

    It does look EXACTLY like the Cessnock hat! Same braided band and snap loop. I'd think that if worn regularly, the rest of the hat will wear in to look just like that spot. We like to call it "character". I think that's Latin for "worn".
  6. OP update... Finally heard from the client. Her brother hooked her up with a hatband, so she wanted to cancel the order. I gave her the refund, gladly. She actually said my service was "stellar", and she'd keep me in mind in the future. I'm thinking of changing my address and email. Jeff
  7. Alpha2leatherworks. Thanks, Jeff
  8. Update by the OP...FINALLY heard from the customer. I explained that I hadn't heard from her in quite some time, no answers to the questions about sizing, tooling. I get a convo back with the size, but no info on tooling. So, I replied again, nothing heard in 4 days. Finally called the number included in her latest response. Voicemail. Days go by... Nada. I do believe it's refund time. Get this, it's for her 94 year old mother. She doesn't realize there's a clock ticking here? I did once have a friend order a sheath for his dad, who passed away after I shipped it. (Dad, not the friend.) Jeff
  9. alpha2

    Finished a wallet with my creasing tool

    What tugadude said. Not everyone wants the whole set. I had no trouble reading the ad. There are two different heating units shown, obviously someone could mix the less expensive unit with a couple tips to get started, then buy individual ones later. If it were possible to buy all of the tips as a set, I wouldn't expect to pay $15.00 for them!
  10. Excellent! That is a LOT of handstitching! Jeff
  11. alpha2

    Workshop build

    What are you going to with all your free time when you finish this project? Oh, yeah! Leatherwork! Jeff
  12. That's where I am on this one. I can wait...it sure is mysterious, though. I have to assume that the "buyer" really loves my work and wants to make a donation. Thanks, Pal!!! Jeff
  13. Probably thinking back to when they bought a "Pair of pants", and only got one item. Life is hard for some.
  14. Well, technically, you've already "advised", right there in the listing. Heck, that even beats "asap"! Jeff
  15. Silver Forge, that's what I was thinking, but that is usually for far less money. $35 a pop to test card numbers would get expensive in a hurry! Mark, that's a thought, I might try that. It has been the hatband each time. Thanks, Jeff