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AzShooter

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About AzShooter

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

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    Holsters and wallets
  • Interested in learning about
    Stitching and carving
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  1. I like it. What can I say. If it works stay with it. The design is vey nice.
  2. Probably the best example of leatherwork I've seen. You nailed it. That will make a great winter coat or better yet a biker jacket.
  3. Spectacular work. Thanks for sharing it.
  4. Most excellent job. You did a lot of work and whomever uses it should be proud to show it off.
  5. Magnificent work. What a beautiful bench.
  6. I use a diamond 300 grit stone to start with, then go to 1000 grit for my head knife. Then I strop it about 10 strokes. If it won't cut 10 ounce leather with the first stroke I'm back to the diamond 1000 grit for 100 strokes. If still not sharp enough out comes my Arkansas set of medium, fine and extra fine that I bought from MidwayUSA.com. I use them on both my Head Knife and many small pocket style knives.s Keep trying...I didn't get a good blade until just recently and I'm 70.
  7. Most excellent work. Anyone would be happy to wear those. I particularly like the speed loader holder on the revolver holster.
  8. Super work. Love the molding. You did good with the dye.
  9. Very nice work. Stitching is dead on and so is your tooling. I'd be proud to own it.
  10. It's never too late to start something you will enjoy. I started in '76 after getting interested in SCA. I learned on a few knife sheaths and went from there. My other hobby at the time was USPSA pistol shooting and I made a bunch of holsters for myself and many of the local shooters. I'm still making holsters and have branched out into wallets. I had stopped for a number of years but Covid really brought me back, looking for something to do while stuck at home. A quick stop into a Tandy and I was hooked again. To the OP, keep watching those videos there is a so much to learn and thanks to YouTube there are much easier ways to learn it.
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