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Holsters, sheaths, belts, bags, packs, mag pouches. Anything you want completely customized and affordable, home made in our USA.

 

Not looking to make a ton of dough just want to supply people with stuff they need and get plenty of practice.

 

 

Won't charge much more than supplies and shipping and of course I'm willing to trade goods.

 

PM if interested!

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Pictures of my sheaths and holster, These are my personal things and there is much more in the works, The little coaster sized squares are designs both freehand and by pattern, as practice and learning pieces.

 

Ammo pouches, Bags, Mag holders, Rifle/shotgun slings, and belts are also available, all fully customizable with designs, initials, company names, anything you want.

 

 

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Bugout, man, you have a great talent. You’re leather work is as good as I have seen. I tried to make sheaths for my knives and realized that my leather works falls somewhere between Neanderthal man and a ham sandwich! AKA, I am bad – really, really bad.

 

How much do you charge for a sheath? Most knives range in an overall length from 6 inches to 11 inches with a normal blade length of 5-6 inches. Also, I make some excellent boot knifes and specialty boot knives called Sgain Dubh (a bagpipers sock knife).

 

Who knows, maybe we can work together. I have found that most folks on these and firearms boards to be people of sound character and can be trusted.

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Anyone have any interest in a "rifle or shotgun quiver"?

 

To be more exact, a back mounted sheath for easy transport, and access to your lever action, or shotgun.

 

Haven't made it yet, so i have no price due to not knowing how much material is needed, but I'm planning to. Anyone feel like this is something that's a good addition to the prep or the huntsman?

 

I'll post some pics when I finish mine, designing it for my mossberg.

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Buggin I agree, you do some fine work! Perhaps we need to dicuss a couple holsters. I have a pension for revolvers with 3" barrells, a nice trade off for an all purpose sidearm. They are short enough for concealed carry, yet far more accurate than a 1 1/2" for rambling in the woods.a Of course, no one makes leather for such things any more and I refuse to put one of my trusty old wheel guns in a nylon POS.

different note, if you have not already, you should check out "The Backwoodsman". I think your talents would be greatly appreciated by the followings there as well.

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I ordered a holster and belt from bugging out and I just received it. Holy crap!!!!! His work is awesome! Not only did he get it done fast ( made and delivered within a week) his prices are way better than any leather products I have found at a gun show and his work is top quality! I have been wanting something like this for a long time for my ruger 45 colt but just couldn't pay for what I wanted. If you guys or gals need some leather work done I highly recommend him. Plus he checked in with me every step of the way. VERY HAPPY.

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Bugginout,

I am sending an email with pics.Lets see what we can cook up! Just keep in mind, I'm more into practical and not tactical with my little wheel guns. Mostly use them when woods running, bird hunting, fishing etc. The old 44 bulldog makes a great snake charmer with some homegrown shot loads! I look forward to your ideas!

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