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My 1911 sat patiently all last week while I made holsters for a couple other people. So I made it a new one as a reward.

7/8oz veg tan, lined with 20z veg tan goat.IMG_20210926_103705.thumb.jpg.19606b1635a0726dc8a888584c2761ce.jpg

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very nice!

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That looks very tidy indeedy

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That looks about as good of a fit as I've ever seen on a holster @tsunkasapa and the stitching and stamping look about perfect. 

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Nothing sexier than a 1911.  Even more sexy with that low cut dress.  Wowser!  I did notice the "extra" stitches below the trigger guard.  Was that intentional?  I have not seen that before.  What is the purpose?  Just added strength?

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Thanks guys. 

52 minutes ago, PastorBob said:

I did notice the "extra" stitches below the trigger guard.  Was that intentional?  I have not seen that before.  What is the purpose?  Just added strength?

Yes, I don't remember what book I got that from, but I do that on most all of my holsters. That is a high stress point. 

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Awesome work!

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2 hours ago, BruceGibson said:

Awesome work!

Thank you.

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Nice holster.  Is that one of the CMP 1911's you built the holster for?

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6 hours ago, TexasJack said:

I like it!  Nice job!

Thank you.

 

13 minutes ago, Scoutmom103 said:

Nice holster.  Is that one of the CMP 1911's you built the holster for?

Thanks. No, it is a Springfield Armory Range Officer. 

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Very nice. I own a few  SA firearms.  Might have to steal that double stitch thing. I usually double all the way around,  but that is cool.

 

 

 

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Looks great. Nice job. 

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