Derringer Holster

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Intro: Derringer Holster

This is a pocket holster I made for my .380 derringer. The holster was hand stitched using a double stitch pattern.  It was made "hair out", so the leather will grip the inside of the pocket (rather than the gun) for an easier draw. After being assembled, I soaked my holster in warm water and wet-formed it over my ziploc wrapped derringer. For finishing touches, I trimmed off the excess leather and ran the edge on my belt sander to smooth it off.


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    TheTutor11

    3 years ago

    Hi, nice instructable! How long did the wet molding process take and how many times did you need to wet it?

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    DIY DaveTheTutor11

    Reply 3 years ago on Introduction

    I left it in hot water for 10 minutes before molding it. Here is another instructable I did recently that covers the process in more detail