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94C8F02D-0865-4840-BD15-16256CCD43E7.thumb.jpeg.deef1ef9475786d4b7679dd77c173686.jpegFinished it last night

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Very cool.  Nice bit of iron, to boot!

YinTx

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Very nice!!!!

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Good looking rig all around! 

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Very nice. I am curious though to those who make the holsters with the snaps in them.....how do you keep the inside of the snap from scratching the gun? 

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2 hours ago, JWheeler331 said:

Very nice. I am curious though to those who make the holsters with the snaps in them.....how do you keep the inside of the snap from scratching the gun? 

Not sure how the OP did it . . . I do mine so that it is in a place where the gun does not touch the leather . . . and it can be tricky.

May God bless,

Dwight

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Use a liner and put the snap base in before you put the liner on.

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On 10/23/2020 at 10:36 AM, blue62 said:

Use a liner and put the snap base in before you put the liner on.

I do understand that is one way to do it but I have seen lots of people doing it with no liner and I was just curious about the snaps scratching the gun. 

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Nice looking rig.  I like the dye job.

 

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