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Very nice work partner! The alligator trim looks very good and the holster design suits the gun well.
That is about as good as it gets for a first attempt. Well done partner.
Very nice writeup. Recognition like that must be earned and you and Nicole deserve it.
Thank you all.
Kydex is a lot softer than a properly heat treated blade so, by itself, it will not make much of a mark. However, dust, sand and debris in the...
Had a local fellow come by with a couple of hatchets he got from Sweden. He ask me to make some blade covers and handle protectors so this is what...
Just an FYI. A couple of things to be careful about in your research. Anything that contains petroleum in any form will cause long term damage to...
It does that as well.
I can't think of any coating that is capable of resisting abrasive wear without some moderate damage or scuffing. There is a lacquer coating that...
It looks very nice. Well done!
For the items you mention above, I use Wickett and Craig skirting leather. You can get it already dyed and they will split it to what ever...
That is a lot of leather! Nice work Dave. your tooling is always really, really well done.
I think it came out great!
Below Mt Angel.
I am in Foster, about 25 miles east of Albany. I do some custom leather work mixed in with my own. It depends on what you need.
Hand sewn and a double Carlos border. You are an ambitious man! Nice work.
Pretty darn good for an amateur partner. I assume the items in the second photo are quivers? I have not seen a design quite like them.
Fiebings Deglazer will most likely remove most of it but I suspect some will remain in tooling impressions. I suggest you put some Tankote on a...
I would recommend against suede from my experience. It picks up and holds debris really well. I know the softer leathers sound great as a way to...
Just about anything you use can eventually wear the bluing some. I have always just used thin vegetable tanned leather as a lining. The trick is...