I generally don't make holsters for other folks, but a coworker pestered me enough to make a holster for her to give to a friend as a gift. Unfortunately, neither my coworker nor I have a P95, so she ended up finding someone who does have one who ended up letting me use it with the stipulation that I make him a holster, as well. Fair trade, I guess. Took a few pics along the way, so here's the holster for the guy who let us borrow the gun.
I really can't say holstermaking is my favorite thing to do, especially when I'm doing it for someone else. At that point, the no-deadline no-pressure hobby has turned into work (*shudders*). But I do enjoy seeing the end result after each one and comparing it to the last. This one turned out pretty good except for the little bit of wrinkling in the leather under the rear belt slot. I'm surprised I did so well with the boning with a gun I'm so unfamiliar with.