Can I get a little feedback

This is a discussion on Can I get a little feedback within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Haystacker Looks really good. Leatherworker.net is a great resource for holster makers. Welsome. Jeff Leatherworker.net is the best resource I have found. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haystacker View Post
    Looks really good. Leatherworker.net is a great resource for holster makers. Welsome.
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    Leatherworker.net is the best resource I have found. I have spent countless hours on that site. Thank you for the kind words everyone.

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    Great looking holsters, you're no beginner!
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    Very nice work! Nice tight stitching and clean lines to the holsters. Very cool. Something I'd definitely wear!

    Two thumbs up!
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    Pretty! I like the high ride, they look very concealable. Are you going to make them in black too?

    I always say this, but I like to see a holster on a belt and worn on a body. It takes all the mystery out of how it might work in real life.

    Was the stitching yellow or am I imagining that? If so I don't love yellow stitching.

    Do you make a matching magazine holder?

    I like the body guard on the back.

    Thanks for posting your photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cammo girl View Post
    Pretty! I like the high ride, they look very concealable. Are you going to make them in black too?

    I always say this, but I like to see a holster on a belt and worn on a body. It takes all the mystery out of how it might work in real life.

    Was the stitching yellow or am I imagining that? If so I don't love yellow stitching.

    Do you make a matching magazine holder?

    I like the body guard on the back.

    Thanks for posting your photos.
    Thank you for the reply and comments. I do make them in black, this style is concealable with a bigger/ baggier type shirt or a jacket conceals it completely, not so much for a tight fitting short shirt. The pancake style is a little more concealable as it is a little tighter to the body and short a layer of leather. I will be making mag pouches in single or double and they are of the pancake type design. Also the stitching is called "natural" its not exactly yellow but more of a tan, but the acrylic resolene and flash of the camera make it look a little more yellow. I do natural, white, brown, and black thread.

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