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AzShooter

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About AzShooter

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    Leatherworker

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  • Location
    Surprise Az.
  • Interests
    Holsters, carving and stitching

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Holsters and wallets
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    Stitching and carving
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  1. Nice quiver Chuck. I'm sure that looks great on your belt.
  2. Most excellent design. Really like the tooling. Your edge work is very nice too.
  3. That's simply gorgeous. Love the stitching and the colors. Is that hand stitched?
  4. Awesome looking holster. I can see why you make a lot of them.
  5. AzShooter

    Ammo pouch

    That's a wonderful pouch. I need to make something like that and thanks for the idea of the magnetic clasp. I need to keep up my leatherworking and use up all the leather I've bought over the years.
  6. Belt goes through loops marked in green.
  7. The top of the quiver is stitched together forming a belt loop. It's above where the pen is.
  8. I decided to combine my love of Archery and Leatherworking today. I ordered a pattern from Tandy but they no longer make it. Springfield Leather Co. had the same pattern batch so I was lucky enough to get one from them. I like the hip quiver with the forward rake. Stopped using the backwards rake years ago after forgetting to shoot an arrow on one flight. When I can see them I don't make such a stupid mistake twice. I used some old leather that I had. Seven ounce worked for the entire job except the base. That took some 10 ounce for the circle and then the 7 ounce to finish it up. The base was the hardest part of the job. All is Hand stitched. I'd enjoy any and all comments. Thanks for looking. Steven
  9. Very sharp looking rig. Nice and secure and the stitching looks fantastic. Nice pattern too.
  10. I just checked my new Ostridge leather for making a tri-fold wallet and it ended up being too skinny to work. I checked measurements and I'll be able to save it for the next person looking for a bi-fold. I may even make a checkbook cover. It's wide enough so at least it won't go to waste.
  11. Nice work and whomever received then will sure be happy. Love the checkbook and wallet. That's what I'm doing more of today.
  12. AzShooter

    New pistol

    I've got a Walther P22 and Smith EZ-9 that I need to make holsters for.
  13. Very nice work. I made the mistake of using USMC Black and it ran on everything. Learned to use lots of Resoline and have made a few more without a problem. Keep up the good work.
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