Custom holster makers.

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So I stopped complaining about the price of a good knife after I had one made by @Barbarian . Today I happened across this video of how a custom holster is made, I'll hate it, but I won't bitch outloud the next time I have to pay over $100 for a quality leather holster.

Somehow I was so mesmerized by this I ended up watching the whole thing.

 

Andoni

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So I stopped complaining about the price of a good knife after I had one made by @Barbarian . Today I happened across this video of how a custom holster is made, I'll hate it, but I won't bitch outloud the next time I have to pay over $100 for a quality leather holster.

Somehow I was so mesmerized by this I ended up watching the whole thing.

That video is fascinating!
 

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My sister's POS deadbeat husband makes custom leather holsters. I admit the quality is good, quite excellent, but since out of principle I refuse to ever speak to the man or give him a fucking dime, I have no clue how much they cost.
 

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I have a Wright Leather Works holster for my Glock 19, I love it. I can watch these videos all day. Something peaceful about it. I would love to take up leather working, quit EMS and make leather belts, gun holsters and wallets.

M.
 

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I love Randall knives, and in my IMO, the sheaths that come with them are excellent. Makes me feel better about the purchase.
 

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JR Roscoe in Texas made this for me, with measurements for wearer & exact gun frame. This for my mil-spec 1911.shoulder%20holster.JPG

The rivets are replica flying eagle quarters from 1916-1930 which I thought was a nice touch.

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