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PostPosted: Sun Sep 19, 2004 3:36 pm 
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Yikes!!! :D
Great lookin' stuff. I carry a $2800 Colt in a custom made Kydex IWB holster....... :? Poor gat is missing 80% of its bluing.
Think if I lost 30lbs. I'd have room for some organic art? :D
Ok, I'm going on the 'NY Strip Steak' diet......expect to hear from me in a few weeks! :P
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Having attempted leatherwork in my life I can say I have an appreciation for such fine work as you have done on your custom leather. Great post and thanks for sharing. I wondered how the pros do it. Beautiful!!!!!! :D


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Chuck Rogers wrote:
Ok, I'm going on the 'NY Strip Steak' diet......expect to hear from me in a few weeks! :P.


Or longer if you get caught, Chuck. Cattle rustling is still illegal, even in AZ!!!! :lol:

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Ray Harms wrote:
Hey Jason - I think that is one of yours in the white. :wink: :lol:



Oh no... well Steve did say they were going to be "special". :?


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Here is a pic of the finished leather.
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Beautiful work Josh!!! :D :D


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Well done. That is a hell-of-a set of leather you've put together there!!

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You beat me to the punch, Josh. I'm blueing #2 in the morning. The leather is absolutely stunning.

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Damn, Josh, that stuff is beautiful! VERY nice work!


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Holy Sheeeeeeeeeeeeit, excuse my english, but that is kickin'. On short notice you put something like that together? Very nice lookin' leather. BTW did I tell you that #2 is going to the LFAPF? It is a foundation that helps out Less Fortunate Apprentice Pistolsmiths. I think I gotta shot since I am the only gifted one in this club. :? Man am I gonna look good in this leather. :P

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Steve Bailey wrote:
Holy Sheeeeeeeeeeeeit, am I gonna look good in this leather. :P


There goes that 'leather fetish' again..................

Stunning work, Josh!

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CT Brian wrote:
Steve Bailey wrote:
Holy Sheeeeeeeeeeeeit, am I gonna look good in this leather. :P


There goes that 'leather fetish' again..................

Stunning work, Josh!


How many of Lou's custom thongs does Steve have?

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Simply amazing work, Josh. Your leather will compliment LTW#2 very well - two works of arts with tons of class. You have been blessed with a great talent.

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Great work, love the pictures.

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WOW!!!

That is one incredibly nice holster rig.

I gotta give you a call.



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Well, I did it.

Called Bulman Gunleather today.

I am now waiting on a FDS (minus the body guard), a QDMP, and a QLC. All in mahogany, for my 5" 1911.


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FDS without bodyguard is a great thing. :) You'll be very pleased.


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smooth one wrote:
FDS without bodyguard is a great thing. :) You'll be very pleased.


After I saw RickyT's over on another forum, and this thread, I had to call and order.

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I posted a review of the FDS in the Custom Holster section.


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