You can see examples of what you can achieve by going to my Facebook page, Veteran Holster or www.veteranholster.com
-Method to measure the Kydex for Cutting
-Toaster Oven or home oven
-Hollow Punch set from Harbor Freight
-Press for molding the Kydex
-Misc. hardware for assembly of the holster
*Available from many sources on the web such as:
Any company that sells fastners
I buy my rubber washers for the belt clips from Home Depot they are less than $2 for package of ten.
I purchase my leather from Tandy Leather. Icomes in tan or black.
So, begin by placing your pattern on the leather. It's VERY important to determine if you're making a Left-hand or Right-hand holster. I position my leather finished side down and flip the pattern over and back again to ensure I'm cuttng it correctly.