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This is how I built a custom holster for my s&w 686 revolver. The scraps were procured at hobby lobby for 8$. It's not tooling leather but does ...
Tools: 4 hole punch, multi- hole punch, hammer, carving knife, edger, leather/wood burner, rivet and snap setter, crush rivet gun, needles, torch, belt sander. Materials: scrap leather, nylon ...
Scrap leather from hobby lobby can be very different from package to package. You need to find something that will work for you best ( or multiple pieces). ...
I did a few custom thing to this holster. First I I carved and burned the model of the pistol into the strap. It was a little difficult ...
I prefer to stitch by criss crossing the thread, as pictured. One thing I have a problem with is tying off the finished thread, so with nylon thread, ...
Smooth out any uneven edges of the holster on the belt sander and the use a edger to tidy it up. As the material I used was already ...
This piece came out amazing! It's comfortable to wear, looks stunning and was rather inexpensive. Areas I could improve upon are spending more time with the "686" emblem ...
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