Messing with kydex again

Messing with kydex again

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    Messing with kydex again

    New holster for a little p22





    Got one more to make later this week /weekend but I like this one quite a bit. What do you guys think


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    It looks like it might be hard on the knuckles when grasping and drawing.
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    There is really quite a bit of room to get to the grip. Had to shave a bit off to get the right feel.

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    All of my holsters are kydex, by Panther Concealment.

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    Nice looking rig, I don't have any talent for craftsmanship, (obviously you do), but I'm in the same boat as flphotog.
    I'm stuck with those damn Panthers........ (very addictive)
    Can't go back now, I have 2 of them.

    Quote Originally Posted by flphotog View Post
    All of my holsters are kydex, by Panther Concealment.
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    It's a hobby, plus I really don't like paying for something I can make myself. If I don't like it I can modify or make a new one with the modifications without feeling like I wasted a ton of money.

    For the price of those Panther holsters I could make 8-10 holsters, just seems like a waste if you know your way around the materials.

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    Not too bad .
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    Please don't take any offense, If I had any talent, I might give it a go. Unfortunately, It would look like a lump of play-doh when I got done with it!! I'm sure the panther guys had some growing pains also.

    Quote Originally Posted by AZ40 View Post
    It's a hobby, plus I really don't like paying for something I can make myself. If I don't like it I can modify or make a new one with the modifications without feeling like I wasted a ton of money.

    For the price of those Panther holsters I could make 8-10 holsters, just seems like a waste if you know your way around the materials.
    Criminals don't register guns.
    I carry a gun because a policeman is to heavy.
    M&P 40 FS
    M&P 40c
    S&W 638
    Ruger Security Six

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