Mo's how to make a quick and dirty leather holster or sheath

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    @HereWeGoAgain Thanks for the recommendation and review.
     
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    LOL...no sweat, I watched a couple tutorials before I started that had quite a few warnings.

    I'm really amazed at how fast it was.
     
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    Nice work!
    It works really well on ballistic fabric(cordura)for making holsters and packs.
     
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    We sound like a couple of bitches talking about quilt making.:lol:
    If there weren't guns and tools involved I'd be embarrassed.:biggrin:
     
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    I should really practice more. My stitching is terrible...but...it works. Needed another little project...a canteen strap for a one quart water bottle. I had some scrap leather and some old rusted D-rings, a Speedy Stitcher, punch and waxed thread, plus some nylon strapping and plastic adjusters from Wal-mart :

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    Still learning...first fitted holster.

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