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Horsehide with a touch of Zebra..

This is a discussion on Horsehide with a touch of Zebra.. within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Thanks, Bruce and Luke! Originally Posted by BruceGibson Mighty fine! Stitch lines are perfect, too! Bruce, I've yet to get one perfect. Doesn't stop me ...

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    Thanks, Bruce and Luke!

    Quote Originally Posted by BruceGibson View Post
    Mighty fine! Stitch lines are perfect, too!
    Bruce, I've yet to get one perfect. Doesn't stop me from tryin' to though


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    Beautiful Holster Craftmanship!

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    Kind of like a nice patina on metal...very classy looking.
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    Wow, very nice custom work you got there. I personally like horsehide due to the different effects it will have when dying it. This is a perfect example of what sometimes happens when dying horsehide. I have a few horsehide holsters that have a unique look to them due to the varying effects of the dying process. I like the varying colors which could in turn be looked at as imprefections but I think it adds character to the holster.

    Adam, I went to your website and saw your work. I have to say you do mighty fine work. Is your turnaround time still three to four weeks. Let me know...maybe we can do business.
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    Nice lines and stitching.

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    That's what I call 'leather eye-candy'.
    Very nice!
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