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    Those sure are purdy!
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    Many those look good .

    Keep up the good work Rocky.

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    Thanks guys and Girls, I really appreciate it. These are the biggest holsters I have made to date. Pictures still don't show how massive these 2 are.

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    Oh my I'm salivating over that one on the right, is that an L frame or K frame? Gorgeous leather work
    It's a X Frame. Smith and Wesson .4" .500S&W and a Desert Eagle .50AE

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    Is that 2 cows per holster? Good looking leather.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilenceDoGood View Post
    Is that 2 cows per holster? Good looking leather.
    1 black cow and 1 tan cow.
    Don't believe what you hear and only half of what you see!
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    Good lookin rigs man, very nice.
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    I would say that ammo sensitivity can be fixed by any competent gun smith if he'd bother to take it in and have a reliability job done to it!
    Magnum Research's Desert Eagle FAQ says ". We do suggest trying as many commercial, manufactured, semi-jacketed Magnum cartridges as possible and see which one works the best for you and your pistol." and gives a spreadsheet of suggested ammo. That tells me it's touchy.

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    Gun and holster porn... Nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilenceDoGood View Post
    Is that 2 cows per holster? Good looking leather.
    Well almost, You could even hear an echo when they were empty!!!

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    Beautiful holsters! That boat anchor doesn’t deserve such a nice sheath.

    It’s funny how when I was a kid I always wanted a Desert Eagle and my dad was always “You don’t want that damn thing”….of course I just thought he was being an old fart….until I grew up and learned something about guns. Now I wouldn’t want one if they gave it to me…..Ok I would take one if they gave it to me….and then sell it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by varob View Post
    1 black cow and 1 tan cow.
    Naw, I'd say two HOLY COWS!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wh0f4rted View Post
    Beautiful holsters! That boat anchor doesn’t deserve such a nice sheath.

    It’s funny how when I was a kid I always wanted a Desert Eagle and my dad was always “You don’t want that damn thing”….of course I just thought he was being an old fart….until I grew up and learned something about guns. Now I wouldn’t want one if they gave it to me…..Ok I would take one if they gave it to me….and then sell it!
    Same thing happened to me...

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    choice of weapons aside...

    I still can't get over the idea of the DE holster being an IWB!


    awe, Come on... Really?
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    Heisenberg may have slept here
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fozzy Bear View Post
    choice of weapons aside...

    I still can't get over the idea of the DE holster being an IWB!


    awe, Come on... Really?
    http://www.klubkustoms.com//cms/cpg1...o/MOV07302.MPG

    The guy in the video is 5'6

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    Oooh, you meant holsters.

    Yeah, well, nice as usual. How much for the twenty?

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