Wanna Be A Cowboy

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    Wanna Be A Cowboy

    I get the opportunity to make a lot of different types of holsters, some of which are for the cowboy shooters involved in the Single Action Society (SASS). Pictured below is a new holster, the Santa Fe, that I just finished for a shooter. There will be a matching belt as well.




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    That's really nice looking, KMan! I like the silver medallion - very classy touch!

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    K-Man,

    I am really looking forward too that cross-draw rig we spoke about! The hard part is deciding which gun to holster up next?

    PS K-Man has been one of the most pleasent and helpfull individuals I have dealt with in many years.

    Thanks again,
    Adrian AKA blacksan

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    Looks good i like the silver medallion also adds a touch to it

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    Hey K-Man - You're a doggone Shooting Star when it comes to Fine Leather Working.

    You Aced It Again Boy. Very Nice!

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    Looks pretty mean, Kman....nice work.
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    Another great piece of work!!
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    Very nice

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    Great looking holster. Looks as if it had been molded to the pistol by age and packing.

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    Oh my....what a beautiful piece of leather!
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    That is why you make ALL my holsters!!! Great job!!

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    Nice work!!!

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    Wow Kevin - if I was into CAS I sure would love to show off a rig like that.

    Handsome is not a strong enough word - it is beautiful Superb work.
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    Thanks, folks, for all the kind words. I really like making the cowboy holsters, as it gives me a chance to do some fancier stuff. I've got some other ideas skirting the edges of my brain that I think will make for a great looking rig. I'll post pics at the time it's all finished.

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    Another great piece Kevin!
    If I ever get another SA revolver I know who to call. I wonder how hard it'd be to conceal a Vaquero in a western rig.... Hmmmmmm.
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