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    Looks good. Several ways to do it yourself.
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    OK, don't laugh!

    I had an old pair of Cabela's brand double sole moccasins that I wore out and just couldn't seem to get rid of. They were like old friends so I, you guessed it, made a holster out of them. Some stitching, some glue, and a mini branding iron (L L = lazyluke) and they have a new purpose. Here's the finished product. Now you can laugh.
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    Cool idea. May try that
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    Oh, oh, did my smelly moccasin shoe holster kill this thread? That just stinks!
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    I like the ingenuity in making the moccasin holster. The shape makes it seem like it works well for a revolver.

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    In the interest of trying to revive this thread, I've got some holsters that I made from Tandy Leather kits. They supply raw leather that has been cut to shape and has the stitching holes and instructions. You have to do any stamping, dyeing and wet forming before you stitch them together. One for my Coonan .357, one for my S&W Scandium Commander and one for my PA-63 9mm Makarov. The Coonan holster took hundreds and hundreds of individual basketweave stamps on my part to do the front and back but not bad for an amateur.
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    I followed the same process and made one for my TCP
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    Good job Tim (mtngoat).
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulrabe78 View Post
    Looks good to me. Just don't get too good at it. Some of us will try to order holsters from you.
    I would order one from him with the way it looks now.
    We Said Noon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lazyluke View Post
    I had an old pair of Cabela's brand double sole moccasins that I wore out and just couldn't seem to get rid of. They were like old friends so I, you guessed it, made a holster out of them. Some stitching, some glue, and a mini branding iron (L L = lazyluke) and they have a new purpose. Here's the finished product. Now you can laugh.
    Not going to laugh. I am a big fan of re-purposing. If you like this sort of thing you'd probably like the instructables.com website. As a matter of fact, here is an article there on making a leather holster. (He's making it for a Taurus 689)
    Last edited by TWParrish; 04-10-2013 at 09:03 AM.
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